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Where CRHNet Started….

As we embark on the start of our 20th Anniversary year, it's important to reflect on where we started.  At our AGM last year, we had three of the founding members tell their story, and share their knowledge.  Thanks to David Etkin, Emdad Haque and Laurie Pearce for all of their dedication and commitments over

AGM and Awards Presentation

We are so excited to be entering our 20th Anniversary year. It's something to reflect on and celebrate. We've got several special announcements on what the upcoming year will hold, and we invite you to join us at our AGM on January 25th.  Join us for updates, announcements, guests and our Awards Presentations. There's still

Introducing our new Discord Server!

​Students, Emerging Professionals, seasoned professionals, folks interested in Disaster & Emergency Management, we are excited to share that we have Discord Server! We wanted a dedicated space to facilitate discussion, collaboration, and knowledge sharing across our Canadian DEM community, and we’d love for you to be a part of it. If you have any questions,

HazNet Submission Deadline

It's been seven years since the #SendaiFramework was established. While the past few years threw us a curve ball, some progress has been made in the four priorities, while others have suffered. As we round this corner, the question is: Are we making enough progress to “to prevent and reduce disaster risk through the implementation of integrated

Can You Lend a Hand?

Our mission is to bring together the disaster risk management community to increase resiliency through the transfer of knowledge, the building of relationships, and the exchange of best practices. In order to accomplish this, we rely on industry colleagues to contribute their time to the initiatives for our  members, that serves the above. Do any


The lastest issue is call HOPE. COVID-19 pandemic. Wildfires. Extreme heat. Tornadoes. Floods. Atmospheric rivers. War. Derecho. Monkeypox. What’s next? Cascading, overlapping, and marathon emergencies in Canada and abroad, seemingly with no end in sight, are leading to exhaustion, burn out and feelings of hopelessness within the workforce and society at large. When optimism can

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