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The Red Cross Young Leaders is a team of young professionals who strongly believe that sustainability and the evolution of the Canadian Red Cross may be supported and emphasized by young enthusiastic leaders of tomorrow.

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Events

  • ''Rouge sur Blanc'' 2015

    On Friday, October 9, will be held the third edition of the annual event of the Canadian Red Cross Young Leaders: Rouge sur Blanc - 2015 Edition. The purpose of this event is to raise funds to support the mission of the Canadian Red Cross in Quebec.   In a secret location called the "Lower West Side Factory", more than 300 young professionals will be gathered to spend a memorable evening in an awesome decor and atmosphere inspired by the "Concrete jungle where dreams are made."   Throughout the evening, food lovers will enjoy refined appetizers and an OPEN BAR with a selection of...

  • 2015 Manicure-On-The-Go

    Get your Nails Done for Valentine’s Day!The Red Cross Young Leaders are proud to invite you to the 3rd edition of their Manicure-On-The-Go, in collaboration with Le Manoir Coquetterie and Le 1000.   Le Manoir offers you a complete OPI Gel Color manicure for $40 taxes included in 40 minutes! $10 per manicure will be donated to the Canadian Red Cross.   What: Manicure-On-The-Go of the Red Cross Young Leaders   Where: 1000 De La Gauchetière West (Atrium)   When: February 11, 12 and 13, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.   Cost: $40 for an OPI Gel Color manicure. Cash and cards...

  • An Inspiring Conference!

    On Wednesday, November 12, 60 young professionals of the Montreal business community attended a conference on involvement and leadership. In turn, Mrs. Michèle Dionne, volunteer at the Canadian Red Cross and author of the book ‘’Missions’’, and Mr. Jean Charest, former Premier of Quebec and now partner at McCarthy Tétrault, delivered inspiring messages to tomorrow’s leaders. Mr. Charest shared two texts during his conference – «Lettre à quelques jeunes hommes» from André Maurois and this one, from Johan Wolfgang von Goethe*: ''Tant qu'on ne s'est pas engagé,...