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"Happiness is in the heart": humanitarian aid worker Tamara Bournival shares what she brought back home from her mission in Haiti following Hurricane Matthew. #FacesofHumanity With the generous support of Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada
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On our blog: Esmé Lanktree, Program Officer for Emergencies and Recovery, explains women's crucial role in their community following a disaster.

“Women do whatever they can to take care of their families and communities.”

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yesterday at 14:46. Facebook
Every week, Red Cross volunteers assist the most vulnerable people here and around the world. Here are some of the most beautiful photos of the week.
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03/23/2017 at 21:01. Facebook
We're a Google.org Impact Challenge finalist and your vote can help us win a $750K grant!

Vote for our project!

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03/23/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
Ken Saunderson, First Vice President of the Golden Years Society, shares how funding from Red Cross is helping them to provide support to Fort McMurray seniors who are still recovering from the Alberta fires.
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03/22/2017 at 19:03. Facebook
A Surrey family thanks the community after a fire gutted their home, and shares how your donation at Walmart Canada stores helps local families when disaster strikes:

Surrey family thanks the community after apartment fire - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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03/22/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
Jamie LeSueur, Red Cross Operations Manager for the Food Security Crisis in Zimbabwe, describes the effects of the worst drought that Southern Africa has seen in 35 years. #FacesofHumanity with the generous support of Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada [ Redcross.ca Link ]
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03/21/2017 at 18:14. Facebook
Today's Round-up features updates on flooding in Peru, delivering aid in Syria, and severe drought in Africa:

Round-up: Updates from Peru, Syria and Africa - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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03/21/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
Have you ever seen Haitian « tap taps »? Aid worker Stéphanie Picard shares what struck her most in Haiti when she deployed with the Canadian Red Cross mobile clinic.
#FacesofHumanity With the generous support of Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada
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03/20/2017 at 14:24. Facebook
Humanitarian aid worker Nathalie Auclair shares a touching moment during her mission in Ecuador following the devastating earthquake in April 2016. #FacesofHumanity With the generous support of Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada
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03/19/2017 at 21:58. Facebook
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03/18/2017 at 18:07. Facebook
You may have seen video like this one of people going through the ice; here are some tips to be safe around ice, especially in milder temperatures:

Ice safety for spring - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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03/18/2017 at 15:50. Facebook
This week marks the sixth year of the conflict in Syria while the Battle for Mosul in Iraq is also causing massive destruction of everyday life; and in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya, millions of people are threatened by famine.
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03/18/2017 at 14:01. Facebook
This weekend, meet inspiring Canadian aid workers like Nathalie at the Faces of Humanity Fair where aid workers discuss their work in conflict zones and emergencies:
Every week, Red Cross volunteers assist the most vulnerable people here and around the world. Here are some of the most beautiful photos of the week.
Volunteer Jim DePass shares how your donation helps local communities when a disaster strikes. Until March 24, Walmart Canada stores are raising funds to help us be ready to respond to local disasters. Thank you for your generous support!

Responding to local disasters with help from the community - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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"Picking up the pieces of a disrupted life, destroyed home or ruined community can take years. And we believe in providing help as long as it’s needed," writes Jenn McManus, VP of the Canadian Red Cross in Alberta.
Read more about the long term recovery after the Alberta fires and how Red Cross is working alongside the community to help rebuild.

No time limit on rebuilding lives after a disaster - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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First of Syrian refugee arrivals begin with Canadian Red Cross assisting in response.
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Humanitarian aid worker Tamara Bournival shares a touching story from her mission in Haiti following Hurricane Matthew. #facesofhumanity With the generous support of Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada
Over two days in October 2016, a group of Syrian refugee teenagers gathered at a sleepover camp in Nova Scotia. They brought their own Syrian flavour to a quintessentially Canadian experience.
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