National policies and plans

Coverpage of "Climate resilience guidelines for BC health facility planning and design"
2020
The purpose of the Climate Resilience Guidelines for Health Facility Planning and Design is to better enable the planning and design of new health facilities that are equipped to deal with the challenges of climate change.
Fraser Health Authority
2019

The Emergency Management Strategy for Canada (EM Strategy) builds on the foundational principles articulated in the Emergency Management Framework (EM Framework) and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction in order to establish Federal

Public Safety Canada Government of Canada
2018

This action plan responds to a publication released in 2017, "Addressing the new normal: 21st century disaster management in British Columbia," as well as other reports. The plan acknowledges work to date in fire and flood management, and identifies

British Columbia Government
2018

Montréal’s Resilient City Strategy constitutes an ambitious initial proposal for the city of Montréal, Canada. Using the citizen as its starting point and then shifting its focus to the Montréal community, the municipal administration, and ultimately to

City of Montreal
2017

Ten years into the original version of An Emergency Management Framework for Canada (2007), Federal/Provincial/Territorial (FPT) Ministers Responsible for Emergency Management have produced the third edition of this well-established and fundamental text

Public Safety Canada Government of Canada
2017

The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) Wildfire Mitigation Strategy was developed to provide practical and operational wildland/urban interface risk mitigation strategies to reduce the threat of wildfire to development in the RMWB service areas

Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
2016

This Pan-Canadian Framework outlines Canada's overall approach to climate change mitigation and adaptation. It was agreed to by the federal government and all provincial and territorial governments with the exception of the government of Saskatchewan.

Government of Canada
2012

Vancouver City Council has adopted a comprehensive climate change adaptation strategy to ensure that Vancouver remains a liveable and resilient city in the face of climate change.
The landmark strategy recommends nine primary actions and over 50

City of Vancouver
2011

A framework guiding and strengthening the way governments work together to protect the safety and security of all Canadians. It considers the four interdependent components of emergency management: (i) prevention and mitigation; (ii) preparedness; (iii)

Public Safety Canada
2008

This Strategy is based on the recognition by federal, provincial, and territorial governments that mitigation is an important part of a robust emergency management framework, and that all stakeholders are committed to working together to support disaster

Public Safety Canada Government of Canada