Saskatchewan News and Stories (Page 4)

Saskatchewan News and Stories

Red Cross Day of Pink spurs thousands to wear pink

Regina. Today, over 20,000 people across the province are standing for respect during the fourth annual Red Cross Day of Pink.

Great Saskatchewan Red Cross Lottery launches today

Saskatchewan’s longest running charitable lottery is back again - the Great Saskatchewan Red Cross Lottery.

Red Cross brings bullying expert to Regina for public presentation

What do parents need to know to protect their kids from bullying?

Time running out to get pink shirts

The Canadian Red Cross, along with Presenting Sponsor SaskEnergy, are encouraging the public, schools and businesses to order official Red Cross Day of Pink gear before supplies run out.

Time running out to get pink shirts

The Red Cross and RBC Royal Bank are reminding businesses and the public that the deadline is fast approaching to participate in Red Cross Day of Pink.

Deadline approaching for Red Cross Raffle - Proceeds go to preventing bullying in Saskatchewan

The Canadian Red Cross is reminding people that the deadline to purchase Red Cross Campaign for Kids Raffle tickets is December 18 at midnight. Tickets can be purchased at

Red Cross Day of Pink announced in Saskatchewan

Sadly, about one in five children are the targets of bullying behaviour. On April 9, 2014, the Canadian Red Cross and SaskEnergy will take a stand against bullying with over 20,000 children, youth and adults across the province during Red Cross Day of Pink.

Red Cross Trains Humboldt Students to Prevent Bullying

Something very special took place at Humboldt Collegiate Institute on Wednesday and Thursday this week. 

Red Cross warns public of fake canvassers

The Canadian Red Cross is urging the public to be on the lookout for individuals who are approaching people on the street asking for donations on behalf of the society.

Canadian Red Cross Warns Parents to Watch Children Near Water

With a long weekend coming up, the Canadian Red Cross is reminding parents that the risk of water-related injury and death when children are on or near the water is far greater than perceived.