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Preparing for emergencies: A guide for Canadians

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In Canada, emergency preparedness is a shared responsibility between governments and individuals. Taking basic steps to prepare ahead of time can greatly increase your chances of overcoming difficulties and make it easier to stay calm if a disaster strikes.

This guide has three parts:

For more information on emergency preparedness for your region, province or territory, contact the appropriate emergency management organization.

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