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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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Outgoing President, Patricia Martel’s parting statement

On behalf of the Board of Directors and the CRHNet membership, we would like to sincerely thank Patricia Martel for her leadership as President of the Board and all of

Awards Deadline Extended

Awards The CRHNet Awards Program is a national awards program established to recognize and honour exemplary individuals participating in and contributing to the study and practice of disaster risk management.

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Donation to the Larry Pearce Education Award Fund

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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Hello December! We'd like to remind you to get your nominations in for our CRHNet Awards! The deadline is December 31, 2021, and we know our community has many worthy nominees! Share with your network!

Details can be found here: crhnet.ca/programs/

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Some land owners and municipalities are calling on the province to repair and upgrade more than 175 dikes after flooding ravaged parts of B.C. As @BradyStrachan reports, these aging structures are considered 'orphaned' because no government is taking responsibility for them.

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