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Emergency responders prepare for winter with new jackets

It’s still summer, we know, but our emergency responders are already prepared for winter, thanks to a generous donation of Red Cross winter jackets. During last winter's Attawapiskat response, volunteers across Ontario were more than willing to he...

Photo of the Day: Helping victims of fire in Iqaluit

Every day, we publish a photo to show the Red Cross at work across the country or around the world. Do you have a photo to share? Let us know! The Canadian Red Cross is on scene in Iqaluit helping the community following a fire in a townhouse ...

Red Cross in Action: Attawapiskat

[slideshow] Thanks to the dedication of Red Cross staff and volunteers, the Red Cross is able to respond to emergencies that happen across the country every day. In Ontario alone, there have been more than 500 emergencies – everything from floods ...

2011 blogging year-in-review

It's the New Year – an opportunity to look back at what we have shared on this blog this past year. All last year, we blogged about various topics - from the serious to the more quirky and light-hearted – to help you get to know better the wor...

Photo of the Day: Orion from Attawapiskat

This is one of my favourite photos that photographer Johan Hallberg-Campbell took on a recent visit to Attawapiskat to see the Canadian Red Cross in action. This young boy named Orion was photographed at his school when we went along with his fathe...

Attawapiskat photo essay: Canadian Red Cross in action

*Photos taken by Canadian Red Cross volunteer, photographer Johan Hallberg-Campbell. Special thank you to Johan for spending time with the Red Cross to help share with Canadians information about the work being done in Attawapiskat. The Canadian R...

Red Cross thanks Canadians for generous donations to Attawapiskat

[slideshow] Thanks to the swift and generous response of Canadians, the Red Cross has the funds needed to meet the immediate needs of the most vulnerable families in Attawapiskat. The Canadian Red Cross mandate in Attawapiskat is to provide sho...

Update from Attawapiskat: Photo Essay

*Photos by Johan Hallberg-Campbell[slideshow] Canadian Red Cross volunteers continue to work on the ground in Attawapiskat, delivering supplies to the homes of the community’s most vulnerable. The Red Cross is committed to making sure families ...

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