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WEBINAR: Community and Business Information on Business Resiliency

The Economic Developers Association of Alberta wants to help communities and businesses looking for information on how to prepare and plan for business resiliency through this situation. As economic development professionals it is in our best interest to make preparedness and resiliency a priority, and that is why this is a core part of our programming. Specifically …

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Novel Coronavirus Update

From Deena Hinshaw, Chief Medical Officer of Health: I am writing to provide an update on novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). We know Albertans are concerned about this new virus. The current risk of exposure in Alberta is still low, however this may increase in the coming weeks. There are two presumptive case of COVID-19 in Alberta …

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Novel Coronavirus Statement

Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health10025 Jasper Avenue NWPO Box 1360, Stn. MainEdmonton, Alberta T5J 2N3 Canada I am writing again to update you on novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). We know that Albertans, including school staff, students, and parents, continue to be concerned about this particular coronavirus. It is important to remember that the …

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Regional Communications Workshop

Held a great #RegionalCommunicationsWorkshop for our neighbours and agency members! Communication is critical to every emergency, we are now moving forward to getting everyone connected on AFRRCS.

Wildfire Community Grant Available

Applications for Wildfire Community Preparedness Day 2019 are now open! Apply for your chance to receive $500 to put towards a FireSmart activity or event in your community!Should you have any questions please contact Laura Stewart, FireSmart Specialist at Alberta Agriculture and Forestry at: or call (780) 644 8780.

Storms are Coming?

Storm chasers have chosen to come to Alberta ahead of a ‘potential’ outbreak of tornados, looks like weather this summer is going to have some potential for surprises, please make sure your 72 hour kit is ready.Source:

Importance of Being Prepared

An interesting infographic about our American neighbours, but still so very true for us Canadians as well.Preparedness starts with you, is your family prepared, see our recommendations and consider signing up for Do 1 Thing is an American website, but helps walk you through doing 1 thing a month to start moving towards being prepared!

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