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Red Cross Opens Voting for Pink Day 2018 Design

Red Cross Opens Voting for Pink Day 2018 Design

Pink Day T-shirt
One of three designs being voted on for Canadian Red Cross Pink Day 2018. (HANDOUT)

The Canadian Red Cross has opened up voting for this year’s Pink Day T-shirt design.

Schools and workplaces can register for the annual celebration of bullying prevention and building respectful relationships.

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Red Cross Official Says Fentanyl a Risk; First-Aiders Can Say No to CPR

Red Cross Official Says Fentanyl a Risk; First-Aiders Can Say No to CPR

By Rob Drinkwater, The Canadian Press

CPR

A Canadian Red Cross official says he sympathizes with a Manitoba postal worker who refused to perform CPR on a woman he feared might have overdosed on fentanyl.

“I can’t imagine the feeling that he or she was going through, knowing that they could have or wanted to help, yet they were more fearful for themself in that case,” said Don Marentette, the agency’s director of first-aid programs.

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More Flood Evacuees from Long Plain First Nation Return Home

More Flood Evacuees from Long Plain First Nation Return Home

Flood Update
Lee Spencer, assistant deputy minister of Emergency Measures Organization, and Doug McMahon, assistant deputy minister of water management, provide an update on Manitoba’s flood situation, Friday, April 13, 2017. (CHRISD.CA FILE)

More flood evacuees from Long Plain First Nation have returned to their homes.

The Canadian Red Cross says more than 60 of the 101 evacuees were allowed to go home on Wednesday. They had been staying in hotels in Portage la Prairie.

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Waywayseecappo Flood Evacuees Return Home

Waywayseecappo Flood Evacuees Return Home

By Sarah Klein

St. Francois Xavier Flooding
Caron Drive in St. Francois Xavier west of Winnipeg on Saturday, April 15, 2017. (CHRISD.CA FILE)

Flood evacuees from Waywayseecappo First Nation have returned home after being forced out due to rising water earlier this month.

The family of four had been staying in Russell, Manitoba but were able to check out on Monday.

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Red Cross Assisting Manitoba Flood Evacuees, Carman Clean-Up Efforts

Red Cross Assisting Manitoba Flood Evacuees, Carman Clean-Up Efforts

Carman Flooding
The swollen Boyne River in Carman, Manitoba on Monday, April 3, 2017. (CHRISD.CA FILE)

WINNIPEG — The Canadian Red Cross is providing continued support to evacuees forced from their homes due to flooding on several Manitoba first nations.

About 20 people were evacuated from Canupawakpa Dakota First Nation in southwestern Manitoba on Wednesday. They are staying at a hotel in Brandon.

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Red Cross Ships Baby Supplies to Shamattawa First Nation

Red Cross Ships Baby Supplies to Shamattawa First Nation

Shamattawa Fire
A fire in Shamattawa, Manitoba on Thursday destroyed the community’s Shamattawa’s only grocery store, along with the band office, post office, radio station and local 9-1-1 centre. (RCMP / HANDOUT)

The Canadian Red Cross has shipped additional baby and food supplies to a northern Manitoba community after a fire last week.

The fire on Shamattawa First Nation — deemed to be arson — destroyed the community’s only grocery store.

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