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This week in Canada, we celebrated Pink Day to unite our voices against bullying. Elsewhere in the world, the Red Cross continues its mission of helping migrants and disaster victims. Here’s our week in photos:
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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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02/24/2017 at 19:12. Facebook
In follow-up to our recent live-stream panel discussion, Canadian Red Cross aid workers give more answers to questions asked by Canadians about the international work they do:

Canadian Red Cross aid workers answer your questions - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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02/24/2017 at 15:39. Facebook
The worst drought in decades threatens to leave tens of millions of people in eastern and southern Africa without enough food. See photos and a firsthand account on the impact of the drought from members of a Canadian Red Cross delegation who are in Ethiopia this week.

Photos: Update on drought in Ethiopia - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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02/24/2017 at 00:57. Facebook
What a nice #pinkday we had yesterday! Here are some pics of people taking a stand against bullying from all over the country.
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02/23/2017 at 18:07. Facebook
Following the Alberta fires, Pyramid Dental Hygiene Services was able to keep their doors open with the help of the Canadian Red Cross Small business program. More than 1,600 eligible small businesses are currently receiving financial assistance. Thank you to donors who made this possible!
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02/22/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
Students from across Manitoba and Nunavut created short videos to show how they are taking a stand against bullying. Watch the Red Cross Pink Day Film Festival via livestream:
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Pink Day Film Festival 2017

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02/22/2017 at 14:41. Facebook
It's #PinkDay! We all have the power to stop bullying. Do your part today and every day. Learn more:
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02/21/2017 at 18:17. Facebook
Tips from author, parenting expert and mother Ann Douglas on how parents can support a child who is being bullied:

Three powerful ways parents can help a child who is being bullied - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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02/20/2017 at 19:29. Facebook
Dan Stuckless of the McMurray Métis tells us how donations through the Red Cross are helping this community on the long journey to recovery after the fires. Thank you for sharing your story, and for all of the people who made this possible!
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02/20/2017 at 15:22. Facebook
See how our Beyond the Hurt program empowers youth to prevent and stand up to bullying. Thanks Shaw for supporting this program and producing this video. Learn more at and join us on Feb 22 as we celebrate #PinkDay. #PinkShirtPromise
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02/19/2017 at 20:59. Facebook
Arianna Johnson from the Wood Buffalo Food Bank Association explains how money donated through the Red Cross helped the food bank to support Fort McMurray residents as they returned after the fire. Thank you to donors who made this possible!
This week, we were deeply touched by the wave of solidarity following the recent attacks that killed seven humanitarian workers. Meanwhile, Mozambique was hit hard by Cyclone Dineo and, in Afghanistan and Pakistan, severe snow storms, followed by avalanches, killed dozens of people. Here are the photos of the week.
With warmer temperatures in many areas this weekend (yay!), be extra careful if you're planning some fun on or near ice.
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.
Candace Chau, a Red Cross Youth Facilitator, helps deliver Beyond the Hurt bullying prevention workshops to younger teens and here discusses the role of the bystander in ending bullying:

How to stop bullying: the role of the bystander - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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Today, we take a closer look at fundamental principle #3: Neutrality and how it governs our actions as we explore what exactly our Fundamental Principles mean.

Red Cross basics: The principle of neutrality - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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This duffle bag is from the early 90s from our Rwanda response - we joined the international effort to assist over 1.9 million refugees who fled to neighbouring countries, as well as providing food and relief supplies to over 1 million internally displaced persons and repairing the sanitation and water infrastructure. Learn more: #TBT

Duffle Bag from Rwanda Response - Canadian Red Cross Timeline

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Volunteer Guy Lepage shares his experiences from New Brunswick where he helped in the recovery from the ice storm:

Getting back to normal in New Brunswick - Canadian Red Cross Blog

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In solidarity with fallen Red Cross and Red Crescent colleagues. Humanitarian workers are #NotATarget