EGIDE Consortium – Resilience, Risks & Disasters
EGIDE brings together researchers and partners from different countries interested in transdisciplinary and multi-hazard approaches that aim to strengthen disaster resilience. Adopting the perspective of users (citizens, municipalities, organizations, governments), its mission is to provide researchers and practitioners disaster risk reduction-related fields a common place of exchange and collaboration and to equip society stakeholders to strengthen multi-hazard resilience.
International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM-Canada)
IAEM-Canada is an educational organization dedicated to promoting the "Principles of Emergency Management" and to advance the emergency management profession. It represents those professionals whose goals are saving lives and protecting property and the environment during emergencies and disasters by providing information, networking and professional development opportunities.
Emergency Management NGO Consortium of Canada (EMNCC)
EMNCC’s mission is to optimize the contribution of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that help increase disaster resilience in communities in Canada. Its aims to facilitate coordination, collaboration, cooperation, communication, and consideration among all emergency management partners, including Indigenous peoples and municipalities/communities. EMNCC champions the capabilities of member organizations active in emergency management, and promotes a whole-of-society approach to serving communities across Canada.

GREAT partnerS

WSP Canada
Tourisme Montréal

Platine partnerS

Rezilio technologie / Prudent

Endorsing partners

Cité-ID LivingLab, CA
The Cité-ID Liv­ing Lab in Urban Resilience Gov­er­nance is a col­lab­o­ra­tive ini­tia­tive that brings togeth­er actors from across Cana­da work­ing on urban resilience, from city man­agers to pri­vate enter­pris­es, non-prof­it organ­i­sa­tions, cit­i­zens and aca­d­e­m­ic researchers. Cité-ID is an incu­ba­tor for new inter-sec­toral evi­dence-based approach­es and inno­v­a­tive prac­tices in urban resilience. Cité-ID is a research group at the National School of Public Administration (École nationale d’administration publique).

Ouranos, CA
Ouranos is a Consortium on Regional Climatology and Adaptation to Climate Change. It is a non profit organization that develops and coordinates projects by tapping into a network of approximately 450 researchers, experts, practitioners and policy-makers from a variety of disciplines. Its mission is to acquire and develop knowledge on climate change and its impacts, as well as relevant socio-economic and environmental vulnerabilities, to help policy-makers identify, evaluate, promote and implement national, regional and local adaptation strategies.

Association de sécurité civile du Québec – ASCQ, CA
Canadian Research Institute on Humanitarian Crisis and Aid – OCCAH, CA
Centre Risque & Performance - Polytechnique Montréal, CA
Centre RISC - Centre de recherche et d'innovation en sécurité civile du Québec, CA
Université de Sherbrooke, CA
Université du Québec à Chicoutimi – UQAC, CA
Université du Québec à Montréal - UQAM, CA
Public Safety Canada, CA Public Health Agency of Canada, CA
Natural Resources Canada, CA
Ville de Montréal - Bureau de la transition écologique et de la résilience, CA

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