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Welcome to Phase 1 of the launch of our new website; we hope you like the new look and feel!.  In Phase 2 we will work on adding more archived content from our previous website.  In the meantime, if there is something you are looking for but can’t find please drop a note to info@CRHNet.ca for assistance.  Thank you for your patience as we migrate content over.

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The Larry Pearce Education Award began in 2015 to provide funding for deserving post-secondary students undertaking studies in any discipline related to Canadian disaster risk and/or emergency management.   This award was named after Mr. Pearce to pay tribute to his tireless efforts in advancing education and innovation in Disaster and Emergency Management studies.

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Next up in our board profiles is Bettina Williams. Bettina is a Co-Chair of the Emerging Professionals Committee and a member of the Symposium Committee.

In her professional life, Bettina is the Program Manager, Emergency Management Division at the Justice Institute of British Columbia: JIBC. She is also an emerging artist creating paintings using alcohol inks. Curious to know what alcohol inks are, visit @beesartdesigns on IG (https://www.instagram.com/beesartdesigns/)  

For more information on becoming a member of #CRHNet, visit CRHNet.ca.
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How are you recognizing #NIPD2021? We invite you to share events, resources and information here. We have the deepest respect for #FirstNations , #Inuit and #Métis peoples and encourage you all to learn from the knowledge sharers & initiatives that support this day and beyond.

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