Building Safer Communities Through Integrated Risk Assessment

January 1, 2011

Over the past 20 years, Canada has suffered more than 80 significant natural disasters, affecting hundreds of thousands of people and resulting in millions of dollars in economic losses. Learn how Natural Resources Canada implemented a risk assessment framework that leverages GIS to model, analyze and predict potential losses from natural disasters. Read this article by Pierre Bilodeau, defence & public safety industry manager at Esri Canada, which was published in FrontLine Security.

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