Our #1 goal is to reach more people across Canada.
Here are a few ways you can get involved.

WRC Movement Challenge

Participate in the Wear Red Canada Movement Challenge

Get active! Run, skate, ski - anything goes! Join the Movement Challenge and get some cool swag in your participant kit.

Register Here

Join an Event

Join or Create an Event

Find a local or online event to attend or organize one yourself! View our event planning tools to help you get started. 

View Upcoming Events

Campaign Toolkit

Raise Awareness with our Campaign Toolkit

Get access to all the Wear Red Canada promotional tools, templates and social media graphics and help amplify our message. 

Access Toolkit

Volunteer opportunities


Do you want to meet other people where you'll be engaged in meaningful, inclusive and fun activities in support of women's heart health? We need your help!

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Light the Town Red

Light your building in RED

On February 13, buildings, landmarks, bridges, signs and storefronts will light up RED in support of women’s heart health.

Light the Town Red



Provinces, territories, cities and towns across Canada proclaim February 13, as “Wear Red Canada” day.

View Proclamations

Get your workplace or school involved...

High School Lesson Plan

High Schools 

Get access to a full educator lesson plan, handouts, contests, videos and activities - all in support of women's heart health!

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Universities and Colleges

Universities and Colleges

We are looking for teams of students from across Canada to plan, coordinate, and implement on-site educational events and activities at your academic institution to raise awareness about women's heart health.

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Hospitals and Clinics

Hospitals and Clinics

Calling all primary care sites and cardiac programs and units across Canada - join us in educating staff and patients about this important issue. 

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My Workplace

Get your workplace involved by organizing a lunch and learn, information booth or social event to raise awareness among your colleagues about women's heart health.

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