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Increasing High Wind Safety for Canadian Homes: A Foundational Document for Low-Rise Residential and Small Buildings

Increasing High Wind Safety for Canadian Homes: A Foundational Document for Low-Rise Residential and Small Buildings By Dan Sandink, Gregory Kopp, Sarah Stevenson and Natalie Dale April 2019

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Améliorer la résistance des résidences canadiennes aux vents violents : Document de base pour les bâtiments résidentiels de faible hauteur et les petits bâtiments

Améliorer la résistance des résidences canadiennes aux vents violents : Document de base pour les bâtiments résidentiels de faible hauteur et les petits bâtiments Par Dan Sandink, Gregory Kopp, Sarah Stevenson et Natalie Dale Avril 2019

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Communicating Hurricane Risk in Eastern Canada: Enhancing the communication lines between the Canadian Hurricane Centre, municipalities and insurers

Communicating Hurricane Risk in Eastern Canada: Enhancing the communication lines between the Canadian Hurricane Centre, municipalities and insurers By Paul Kovacs, Sophie Guilbault and Brian Pentz August 2017

By |2018-08-17T14:13:59+00:00August 17th, 2018|Comments Off on Communicating Hurricane Risk in Eastern Canada: Enhancing the communication lines between the Canadian Hurricane Centre, municipalities and insurers

Enhancing Local Level Emergency Management

Enhancing Local Level Emergency Management: The Influence of Disaster Experience and the Role of Households and Neighbourhoods Brenda Murphy (principal investigator), Wilfrid Laurier University Leanna Falkiner, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction Gordon McBean, Departments of Geography and Political Science, The University of Western Ontario Holly Doland, Department of Geography, University of Victoria Paul Kovacs, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction July 2005 ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 43

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A Tornado Scenario for Barrie, Ontario

A Tornado Scenario for Barrie, Ontario David A. Etkin (corresponding author) Adaptation and Impacts Research Group, Environment Canada Soren E. Brun North Carolina Dep’t. of Transport GIS Unit Solomon Chrom Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University Pooja Dogra Institute for Environment Studies, University of Toronto July 2002 ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 20

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