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Infrastructure Canada - Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund - Frequently Asked Questions

https://www.infrastructure.gc.ca/dmaf-faac/faq-eng.html

Jul 30, 2018 ... to reduce or mitigate the impact of climate change or natural hazards. Examples of natural infrastructure projects include wetlands for flood control and fire breaks to mitigate wildland fires. Is the acquisition of land eligible under the Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund? The acquisition of land is an eligible expenditure under the Disaster Mitigation

Infrastructure Canada - Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund

http://www.infrastructure.gc.ca/dmaf-faac/index-eng.html

May 17, 2018 ...Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund Click here to find infrastructure projects in your community. An increasing number of Canadian communities from coast to coast to coast have experienced significant weather-related events and disasters triggered by natural hazards such as floods, wildland fires and droughts

Infrastructure Canada - Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund

https://www.infrastructure.gc.ca/dmaf-faac/index-eng.html

May 17, 2018 ...Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund Click here to find infrastructure projects in your community. An increasing number of Canadian communities from coast to coast to coast have experienced significant weather-related events and disasters triggered by natural hazards such as floods, wildland fires and droughts

British Columbia

https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/hzd/rgnl/bc-en.aspx

Feb 21, 2018 ...British Columbia We can't prevent disasters from happening, but we can prepare to avoid suffering, minimize damage and come through the recovery period as quickly as possible. The following list contains the natural risks and other hazards regularly monitored by the British Columbia Provincial Emergency Program. Avalanches Earthquakes Severe storms Floods

Nova Scotia

https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/hzd/rgnl/ns-en.aspx

Feb 21, 2018 ... contains natural risks and hazards that could happen in Nova Scotia. Floods Chemical releases Hurricanes Pandemic influenza - Public Health Agency of Canada Landslides Power outages Severe storms Storm surges Tsunamis Wildfires The provincial Emergency Management Office (EMO) uses the four pillars of emergency management - mitigation, preparedness, response

Newfoundland and Labrador

https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/hzd/rgnl/nl-en.aspx

Feb 21, 2018 ..., industrial accidents and major transportation accidents. The public should listen for updated forecasts and follow any special instructions. The following list contains natural risks and hazards that could happen in Newfoundland and Labrador. Earthquakes Floods Wildfires Chemical releases Hurricanes Pandemic influenza - Public Health Agency of Canada Landslides Power

New Brunswick

https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/hzd/rgnl/nb-en.aspx

Feb 21, 2018 ... regions of New Brunswick. Besides natural disasters, there are other risks associated with power outages, industrial and major transportation accidents. As well, there is the possibility of acts of terrorism on Canadian soil. The New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization monitors the following list of natural risks and hazards. Earthquakes Floods Chemical

Pre-arrival checklist - Banff National Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/ab/banff/visit/avance-ahead

Mar 13, 2019 ... tips - Natural hazards are part of the national park experience. Here are some tips for drivers, hikers, campers and winter enthusiasts. Simple tips to look, act and be safe like a local. Pick at least one guided activity - Have someone reveal the unseen wonder of Banff to you. Local interpreters and guides can turn the simply beautiful into the simply magical

Northwest Territories

https://www.getprepared.gc.ca/cnt/hzd/rgnl/nt-en.aspx

Feb 21, 2018 ... of the natural risks and other hazards monitored by the NWT Emergency Measures Organization. Floods Chemical releases Pandemic influenza - Public Health Agency of Canada Landslides Power outages Severe storms Storm surges Wildfires More information To learn how to prepare for more emergencies in the Northwest Territories contact your Community Emergency Management

Bulletins - National Parks

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/bulletins/84A9E6D1-C5F0-41D9-ADC7-50323FEF2EA2

Apr 29, 2019 ...) brake check pullouts for vehicles that are legally required to stop for safety checks or 2) designated trailhead parking lots. WHERE: Highway 93 South from McKay Compound to Settler’s Road turnoff. WHY: Wildlife, including both grizzly and black bears are frequenting the road side in search of natural food. • Stopping creates traffic hazards that are dangerous

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