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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

Winter safety - Prince Edward Island National Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/pe/pei-ipe/securite-safety/hiver-winter

Mar 13, 2019 ... inclement weather and potential natural hazards found in the park.  Coastal ice safety tips Coastal ice may seem to go for miles, but it can be misleading. Ice moves and doesn’t freeze evenly, creating dangerous weak spots. Coastal ice can be unstable and unpredictable. For your safety, do not walk off shore on the ice packs. If you get into trouble on ice

Winter hiking - Fundy National Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/nb/fundy/activ/hiver-winter/randoneehiver-winterhiking

Mar 27, 2019 ... and natural hazards may be present on non-maintained trails increasing the risk of serious injury. For this reason, it is strongly encouraged to remain on marked trails. In the event of an emergency, call 911. It's your responsibility to seek out safety information, obey signs and be prepared. Contact park staff if you require specific advice. Fat bike riders

Marine Geological Hazards | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/hazards/natural-hazards/marine-geological-hazards/10659

Dec 15, 2017 ... for managing the development of offshore oil and gas resources. NRCan’s mandate includes the provision of science-based evidence of geological hazards or hazardous conditions to enhance public safety and inform decision making for natural resource development. Our marine geologists, sedimentologists, seismologists and GIS technologists work together to conduct ship

Nunavut

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

Feb 21, 2018 ...Nunavut In Nunavut, blizzards are a risk as well as flooding, avalanches and landslides. Also, in addition to natural disasters there are other types of risks, such as blackouts, industrial or transportation accidents. The following list contains risks and other hazards that could occur in Nunavut. Avalanches Earthquakes Floods Chemical releases Pandemic

Cross Country Skiing - Fundy National Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/nb/fundy/activ/hiver-winter/ski

Feb 25, 2019 ... is located along the blue trail. Pit privy Dry toilets are located in the parking area. Pets Domestic animals are not allowed in shelters and on groomed trails. For Your Safety Remember that you are responsible for your own safety and security! Trails not identified will not be groomed or maintained. Orientation may be difficult and natural hazards may be present

Yukon

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

Feb 21, 2018 ... infrastructure are all potential emergencies. In addition to natural disasters there are other types of risks. There are industrial accidents and major transportation accidents. As well, there is the possibility of acts of terrorism on Canadian soil. The following list contains some of the risks and hazards Yukon may face: Avalanches Earthquakes Floods Landslides Severe

Ontario

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

Feb 21, 2018 ... an emergency. The following list contains the natural risks and other hazards monitored by Emergency Management Ontario. Earthquakes Floods Chemical releases Pandemic influenza - Public Health Agency of Canada Power outages Tornadoes Wildfires More information To learn how to prepare for more emergencies in Ontario such as: blizzards, industrial accidents, severe

Alberta

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

Feb 21, 2018 ...Alberta In Alberta, a tornado can strike quickly with significant damage. Wildfires can threaten communities and restrict movement. Heavy rains can cause flash flooding. In addition to natural disasters there are other types of risks. There are power outages, industrial and major transportation incidents. As well, there is the possibility of intentional

Infrastructure Canada - Program Details

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

Jun 19, 2018 ...) June 22 from 10:00am to 11:00am (EDT) June 28 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm (EDT) DMAF is a national, competitive, contribution program aimed at increasing community resilience to natural hazards and extreme weather events. Eligible Projects, Investments and Expenditures Eligible projects under DMAF include: New construction of public infrastructure including natural

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