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Resilience Canada 2016 - Conference Board of Canada
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Resilience Canada 2016 - Conference Board of Canada

2016-02-26 to 2016-02-27
When: Friday, February 26, 2016
Where: Toronto

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The Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs is pleased to be partnering with the Conference Board of Canada's for their upcoming conference, Resilience Canada 2016 taking place on April 26-27 in Toronto.


As a valued member, I am pleased to extend a promotional rate of $1,195 for you to attend (value of $,1855).  To register with the reduced rate, enter rebate code PRM7 in the final steps of the registration process.


Get the information you need to build an organization or community that can recover faster and better in the event of a disaster.


Building on the success of our 2015 conference in Calgary, Resilience Canada 2016 will bring together experts and local government leaders and managers with expertise in the areas of urban management, business continuity and resilience. The event will offer a variety of insights for a range of communities and organizations, from cities to remote populations, to help governments at all levels as other stakeholders, plan and design strategies needed to develop the necessary capacity to meet the challenges of the future.


This year's sessions will be focused on three main themes: Building a Resilient City, The Challenge of Wildfires, and Transportation of Dangerous Goods.


Learn from the experience of leaders, and your peers, through sessions including:

·       Building Resilience in Toronto: Lessons Learned from Recent Emergencies

·       Building Your Community's Adaptation Capacity: What Can Local Decision Makers Do?

·       Resilient Cities Toolkit

·       The Resilient Command: Technology for the Detection, Assessment and Response of Events

·       Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Rail: Approaches to Rail Safety in Canada

·       Overview of the Recent Wildfire Season in Canada

·       Approaches to Managing Forest Fires: Federal Government, Saskatchewan and Remote Community Perspective


For the full agenda and list of speakers, please visit the event page.


Register using the online registration system and enter PRM7 in the final steps of registration to receive the promotional rate.


If you have any questions or need assistance with your registration, please contact Stephanie Parkhill at the Conference Board of Canada at or 613-526-3090 ext. 249.

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