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Toronto ON M4Y 2W5

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At the end of #EmergencyPreparednessWeek, there is no better time to announce the winners of the 2021 CRHNet Awards. All of the winners this year, (and every year) are an inspiration and example of the passion that many in our fields have.  

We will be sharing their accomplishments over the next week and clips from the Awards Recognition as well as updates in the next #HazNet issue

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