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Red Cross Delegate Profile: Sandra Damota

When we think of the damage caused by disasters, we tend to think of basic needs like shelter, water, food, and health, but we often forget how many other emotional, mental, and spiritual things are effected in a disaster. Red Cross psychosocial dele...

Photo of the Day: First Aid training in Turkmenistan

@ For many years, the Red Crescent Society of Turkmenistan has been one of the major providers of healthcare in Turkmenistan. With support from the British Red Cross, the Community-Based Health and First Aid (CBHFA) program has been advocating...

Infographic: Why we all need CPR training

It only takes four hours to get certified in basic CPR, as our Twitter friends discovered during our recent CPR tweetups. Visit www.redcross.ca/firstaid to sign up for a CPR or first aid course in your community. You can also enter our CPR month ...

Tech Talk: Crisis communications in Trillium Resolve exercise

Last week, the Canadian Red Cross participated in a disaster response exercise called Trillium Resolve in order to test and improve Ontario's emergency response programs. The Red Cross participated in the exercise by opening shelters and assisting "v...

Photos from Trillium Resolve disaster training exercise

[slideshow] The Canadian Red Cross is currently participating in Trillium Resolve, a disaster training exercise in Ontario that simulates severe weather events to test the province’s emergency response teams. Yesterday, after fictitious tornadoes...

Photo of the Day: Red Cross test sea cans at Trillium Resolve

During the Trillium Resolve Disaster Exercise that is currently taking place this week, the Ontario Zone Disaster Management team has had the opportunity to pilot a new concept for the rapid deployment of relief supplies to disaster areas. Using ...

Trillium Resolve Disaster Training Exercise

This week in Ontario, the Canadian Red Cross is participating in an emergency training exercise called the Trillium Resolve. The Trillium Resolve is a disaster response exercise that simulates severe weather events to test the province’s ability ...

Photo of the Day: 1 in 3 Canadians with kids at home say they have never taken a first aid course

We thought this picture was too cute not to share and it also reminds those of you who are parents how important it is to be first aid trained. As previously mentioned, last week on September 8, the Canadian Red Cross encouraged all Canadians to ensu...

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