Tag Archives: emergency preparedness

Vulnerable Persons Registry

I woke up this morning and the first thing I did after putting on the coffee was check the status of the fires.  There is very little wind today so that must be a good thing for the fire fighters.  It is actually quite sunny, a good indicator that the smoke is either subsiding which […]
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Neglectful Use of Policy

This recent tragedy at the assisted living centre in L’Isle-Verte, Que re-opened an old concern of mine and one I have raised often.  In fact I raised this with the Cowichan Valley Emergency Preparedness Committee in the late 90’s following an extreme storm and major power outage (some places for four days) on Vancouver Island.  Those power […]
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