As the Philippines grapples with the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, organizations are co-ordinating relief efforts.
Canada will provide as much as $5 million to humanitarian organizations aiding typhoon victims, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird announced Saturday. Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger said $100,000 would be provided on behalf of the province, the capital of which has a significant Filipino-Canadian community, according to Canadian Press.
Ottawa will also contribute one dollar to the Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fund for every dollar Canadians donate before Dec. 9.
Here are a few ways individual Canadians can help:
Canadian Red Cross:
Visit a local Red Cross office
World Food Programme:
World Vision Canada:
Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors without Borders Canada:
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