Contemporary Issues in Canadian Federalism Series: Emergency Preparedness in a Diverse Federation (TRN5-E32)

Product code: TRN5-E32

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March 06, 2024


1:30 pm to 3:00 pm (ET)

English, with interpretation in French

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1.5 hours



All public servants at all levels



Managing crises and emergency situations requires collaboration across federal, provincial and territorial jurisdictions to strengthen our emergency preparedness at the national level.

This eleventh event in the series will showcase some of the emergency preparedness measures that Canadians have experienced, in line with the Government of Canada's priorities to make Canadian communities safe and resilient.

Participants will gain a better understanding of the federal government's roles and responsibilities, and learn how to prepare for emergencies and respond to crises involving multiple levels of government.

Learn more about The Living Tree: Contemporary Issues in Canadian Federalism Series.



  • Nomi Claire Lazar, Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa
  • Jocelyn Stacey, Associate Professor, Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia


  • Maître François Daigle, Former Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General of Canada
Date modified: 2023-03-20