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UncategorizedEmergency Management

May 21, 2024
Building projects must be ‘resilient and responsive to changing climatic conditions,’ says Housing CEO

UncategorizedEmergency Management

May 7, 2024
Questions raised about plan to create Nova Scotia corps of emergency volunteers

UncategorizedEmergency Management

May 7, 2024
B.C. launches portal to help find hotel rooms for emergency evacuees

UncategorizedEmergency Management

May 5, 2024
One person found, one still missing following weeks-long Kitikmeot search and rescue mission

UncategorizedEmergency Management

May 3, 2024
Meta’s Canadian news ban could put people at risk during public emergencies

UncategorizedEmergency Management

April 22, 2024
Government of Canada Announces More Funding to Build Wildfire Fighting Capacity and Enhance Training Best Practices

UncategorizedEmergency Management

April 22, 2024
Rural communities receive disaster prevention funds

UncategorizedEmergency Management

April 22, 2024
Ontario preparing communities for emergencies

UncategorizedEmergency Management

April 16, 2024
Volunteer search group says more talks needed to flesh out proposed Nova Scotia Guard

UncategorizedEmergency Management

April 15, 2024
B.C. opens new wildfire training and education centre

UncategorizedEmergency Management

April 8, 2024
Nova Scotia to create new volunteer ‘guard’ corps for emergencies

UncategorizedEmergency Management

April 6, 2024
Quebec firefighters who died in 2023 flood lacked training, equipment: safety board

UncategorizedEmergency Management

April 4, 2024
‘Things are going to change.’ RCMP report on response to mass shooting inquiry

UncategorizedHeadlinesNews

March 28, 2024
No injuries reported after fire at Niagara Falls hotel

UncategorizedEmergency Management

March 27, 2024
Canada evacuating vulnerable Canadian citizens out of Haiti: Joly

UncategorizedEmergency Management

March 27, 2024
Canadian bridges are safe, officials say after U.S. bridge rammed by ship, collapses

UncategorizedEmergency Management

March 22, 2024
B.C. officials to give drought update as province adopts new wildfire prediction tool

UncategorizedEmergency Management

March 20, 2024
Cape Breton woman presents emergency alert system in Ottawa

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March 13, 2024
Two-alarm highrise fire leaves man in critical condition

UncategorizedEmergency Management

March 10, 2024
Health, education, disaster planning: Highlights of Alberta’s latest budget

UncategorizedEmergency Management

March 9, 2024
Federal government plans to consult widely before any changes to Emergencies Act

UncategorizedEmergency Management

March 8, 2024
As disasters mount, First Nations’ safety has never been more pressing: Woodhouse

UncategorizedEmergency Management

March 5, 2024
DEMCON Call for Papers: Deadline Approaching

UncategorizedEmergency Management

February 28, 2024
Province not effectively managing hazardous spills, says B.C.’s auditor general

UncategorizedEmergency Management

February 28, 2024
Upcoming wildfire season could be worse than last year, federal minister says

UncategorizedEmergency Management

February 28, 2024
Beyond the shelf: How grocers decide what gets donated and what gets dumped

UncategorizedEmergency Management

February 28, 2024
Climate change adaptation pays dividends

UncategorizedEmergency Management

February 28, 2024
Ottawa appeals court decision finding its use of Emergencies Act was unreasonable