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What’s Next for Disaster Forum Conference?

  • March 12, 2018
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To all of our loyal partners in Disaster Forum. To our delegates, speakers and sponsors: I am getting more and more enquiries about what disaster forum will look like this year and into the future. The short answer is that…

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Disaster Forum 2017: A Look Back, and A Look Forward

One more successful Disaster Forum Conference in Banff, Alberta!!!. The conference theme; “Working Together to Build Capacity” couldn’t have been more appropriate in this day of increasing need and shrinking resources. Appreciating Everyone who “Worked Together” On DF2017 A big thank you…

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ATCO: Always There, Anywhere

Disaster Forum Silver Sponsor ATCO shared their emergency preparedness philosophy, and the reasons why they invest in our work: Taking Our Responsibilities Seriously Albertans trust ATCO to provide a safe and secure supply of electricity and natural gas to power their homes,…

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Stronger Together: Mutual Aid in Alberta

  • April 17, 2017
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In keeping with this year’s conference theme of “Working Together”, this year Disaster Forum is highlighting a wonderful organization: Northeast Region Community Awareness and Emergency Response (NRCAER) with a panel discussion at the top of the first day. NRCAER is…

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So What? Turning Conference Material Into Impact

  • April 13, 2017
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Going Beyond the Keynote A really good speaker or panel session can leave us feeling energized, enlightened, and motivated. Unfortunately, once we’ve left the auditorium or theatre, real life often intervenes and we don’t always get the chance to translate…

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It Could Happen To You: Tools for Disaster Resilience

  • March 23, 2017
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It Could Happen To You A scenario – your business or organization has been severely disrupted or suffered a loss of critical services including people,  facilities and information technology.  The consequences have negatively impacted the bottom-line,  your reputation and much…

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