Remembrance Day

Many clinics are open Nov. 11 to receive much needed blood donations (OTTAWA) – To commemorate Remembrance Day, Canadian Blood Services encourages more Canadians to #givelife by donating blood, a gift in honour of the contributions of the women and men of the Canadian Armed Forces. Members of the armed forces are themselves some of the most generous donors. In 2006, the Department of National Defence became Canadian Blood Services first national Partner for Life organization. Since then, they have provided more than 30,000 blood donations to our national blood supply. In 2016, National Defence

Canadians encouraged to donate blood to honour armed forces (CANADA) - We need thousands of new blood donors every year and Canadian Blood Services encourages a new generation of donors to pay tribute this month to the men and women who have served or are serving our country by donating blood. Remembrance Day is a time to honour the contributions of the Canadian Armed Forces. It is also a time to commemorate the strong, historic relationship the Canadian Armed Forces has with the blood system in Canada. During World War II, Canadians began to donate blood to help wounded Canadian service

Canadians invited to donate to honour our soldiers November 11, 2014 (Ottawa) – Canadian Blood Services is reminding eligible donors that they can pay tribute to the men and women who have served, or are currently serving our country by remembering to donate blood throughout the year. Remembrance Day is a time to honour the contributions and sacrifices of the brave men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces. While many have given their lives over the years, Canadians can give back all year, by helping to save lives and encouraging friends and family to do the same. Since becoming one of