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Emergency Management Strategy for Canada : Toward a Resilient 2030 / Federal/Provincial/Territorial Emergency Management Partners.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Alternate Title

Stratégie de sécurité civile pour le Canada : Vers un 2030 marqué par la resilience.

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Includes bibliographic references, p, 29.

Description

1 online resource (32 pages)

Note

Issued also in French under title : Stratégie de sécurité civile pour le Canada : Vers un 2030 marqué par la resilience.

Summary

"The Emergency Management Strategy for Canada (EM Strategy) builds on the foundational principles articulated in the Emergency Management Framework for Canada (EM Framework) and the Sendai Framework in order to establish Federal, Provincial and Territorial (FPT) priorities to strengthen the resilience of Canadian society by 2030. This Strategy also supports the roles and responsibilities outlined in the EM Framework, and seeks to guide FPT governments, and their respective EM partners, in carrying out priorities aimed at strengthening Canada's ability to assess risks and to prevent/mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters. This is all supported by strong leadership from FPT governments with their respective EM partners, in relation to their roles and responsibilities" -- Purpose, page 5

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