Resilience 2018

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As human infrastructure continues to grow and spread, so too do the risks posed by a range of hazards including flooding, extreme weather, temperature fluctuations, major accidents, terrorism, cyber attacks and wildfires.

At Resilience 2018, we’ll focus on building resilience from an all-hazards perspective for a range of critical infrastructure including transportation, water, telecommunications, government and energy. Some of this discussion will be framed within the context of case studies from recent emergencies, including the impact on critical infrastructure from the floods that occurred in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia and the 2017 wildfire season in Canada.