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Managing pets during disasters findings and recommendations from the Horse River Fire, Fort McMurray, Alberta

Source(s):  Mount Royal University (MRU)

Having now become home to seven of the most costliest catastrophes in Canadian history (Morgan 2016), the Province of Alberta has the opportunity to become an international leader in emergency disaster management (EDM) protocols by incorporating the safe evacuation and reunification/rehoming of companion animals into its official emergency preparedness plans. This report provides a number of concrete policy recommendations for municipal and provincial government officials, first responders, policymakers, and animal welfare organizations.



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  • Managing pets during disasters findings and recommendations from the Horse River Fire, Fort McMurray, Alberta
  • Publication date 2018
  • Author(s) Williams, Kimberly A.
  • Number of pages 30 p.

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