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    • A study in current emergency exercise design processes in Canada 

      Gonzalez, Ana Marcela (2018-11-06)
      The purpose of this qualitative study was to discover how Canadian emergency management professionals design their exercises and the common elements in the exercise design practice. Academic literature and practice guidance ...
    • Community resilience to seismic events : a case study of Haida Gwaii, Canada 

      Pearson, Deborah Ann (2019-04-18)
      Small, remote communities situated along the Pacific Northwest coast of British Columbia are vulnerable to seismic events including earthquakes, and near- and far-field tsunamis. These have the potential to affect community ...
    • Cultural safety in emergency support services 

      Pepper, Kayla (2021-04-15)
      Wildfire and flood events of recent years have stretched and tested British Columbia’s Emergency Support Services (ESS) system; a provincial program designed by Emergency Management BC (EMBC) to support evacuees. As evidenced ...
    • Emergency management and civil liberties in the post 9/11 era 

      Maraj, Sean (2016-12-13)
      This paper argues that in the post 9/11 era, the emergency management field is shifting toward the civil defence model that existed in the Cold War Era. Since the 1970s the emergency management field has focused on natural ...