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The Canadian Red Cross Society is part of the largest humanitarian network in the world, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. This network includes the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (Federation) and 192 National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies dedicated to improving the situation of the most vulnerable throughout the world.
Disaster Aid Canada
Disaster Aid Canada provides worldwide aid to people displaced by a disaster.  Disaster Aid Canada is governed and administered by Canadian Rotarians. We work in partnership with Disaster Aid International and local and international Rotary Clubs to provide Tents, Water Filtration, Disaster Relief Kits and Hygiene Kits to our International Projects.
Government of Ontario
Get the latest case data and updates, learn how to protect yourself and others and get advice on what to do next if you think you might have COVID-19covid 19.
How to create your own Emergency Plan

By definition, emergencies happen when we don't expect them, and often when families are not together. Suddenly, you need to think about your kids at school or elderly parents across town. If phones don't work, or some neighbourhoods aren't accessible, what will you do?  Having a family emergency plan will save time and make real situations less stressful. This plan provided by the Government of Canada.

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Visit their Facebook page for the latest updates on emergencies and threats around the world, updates on clean-up actions, to see Rotarians in action, and get the latest on the Disaster Network of Assistance Rotary Action Group.
Rotary members and The Rotary Foundation play a unique role in disaster recovery and rebuilding efforts. Working closely with partner, ShelterBox and other organizations that specialize in disaster relief, Rotary members lead projects to support every phase of a community's recovery.

ShelterBox is dedicated to helping ensure no family is left without shelter after natural disaster or conflict – by going where others can’t, or won’t. ShelterBox Canada has been a part of the global ShelterBox network since 2010,. From an affiliate office located in Toronto, Ontario they raise awareness and funds to help support families around the world who have been devastated by disaster or conflict.