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N.S., N.B. urged to apply for federal cash to protect land link

Canada's infrastructure minister is urging Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to apply for federal funding to protect the land link between their provinces from flooding.

B.C. funds emergency support services for evacuees in nearly 60 communities

Nearly 60 B.C. communities are getting a chunk of $2.2 million in provincial funding to improve and modernize emergency support services for evacuees during disasters.

Minerva Intelligence launches comprehensive wildfire risk map for Canada

Minerva Intelligence Inc.'s climate85 has launched a wildfire risk score that is the first publicly available wildfire risk score dataset in Canada.

Nova Scotia mass shooting inquiry recommends overhaul

A public inquiry has found widespread failures in the response to Canada's worst mass shooting and recommends that Ottawa rethink the RCMP's central role in Canadian policing.


Eager to serve: Meet Team Rubicon Canada

"We’re at 103 missions, and we’re continuing to grow so we can be there for even more communities in need,” COO Steve MacBeth says. Read our profile on Team Rubicon Canada. » Read More...

UNDRR's Mami Mizutori calls for renewal of determination on Sendai Framework

The head of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction Mami Mizutori is urging for a renewal of determination on the eight anniversary of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. » Read More...

Federal funding for flood insurance a 'major step forward': industry

The federal government committed $31.7 million over three years in its latest budget toward a low-cost flood insurance program. » Read More...

32 dead as tornadoes torment from Arkansas to Delaware

Residents across a wide swath of the U.S. raced Sunday to assess the destruction from fierce storms that spawned possibly dozens of tornadoes. » Read More...

Timmins, Ont., develops framework for hosting evacuees

The Northern Ontario community of Timmins is fine tuning its plan to welcome emergency evacuees during spring breakup and the fire season. » Read More...

Squamish Nation to improve emergency support services with new funding

A $2.2 million contribution from the Community Emergency Preparedness Fund will be dished out to help communities strengthen their ESS, with the Squamish Nation set to receive $29,870.67. » Read More...


Bordering on Disaster Conference

Sept. 13, 2023 | Lloydminster, AB » Learn More

CRHNet 2023 Symposium

Oct. 24, 2023 | Edmonton » Learn More