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Thanks for attending!

Thanks for attending!

Today is the last day of Wildland Fire Canada 2019. We hope you enjoyed meeting with our community of experts. Please complete our general feedback survey. Your input counts. Vendors please complete the vendor survey. Remember to keep reaching for new paths and new partnerships. We’ll see you at the next conference!

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Share your Story 

Share your Story 

While attending Wildland Fire Canada 2019, share your experience on social media. It’s your participation in the conference that makes this a great event.  Use the #WildlandFire2019 tag and share your posts with us on:  Facebook: @wildlandfirecanada  Twitter: @wildlandfirecan   We’d love to hear your story! 

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Countdown to Wildland Fire Canada 2019

Countdown to Wildland Fire Canada 2019

Welcome! The Wildland Fire Canada 2019 conference starts next week.  Join us November 18 – 21 at the Delta Ottawa City Centre, 101 Lyon St N, Ottawa, ON Canada. For more information about the conference location or reserving accommodations, visit our venue page.  Our program schedule is available on our schedule page.  Please download the Whova app to

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NATIONAL UPDATES PART 2 – Fire Research & Innovation

NATIONAL UPDATES PART 2 – Fire Research & Innovation

Date: Tuesday, November 19th from 4:00 to 5:00 pm CIFFC Fire Science   Maria’s fire career began in 2007 as a Wildfire Information Officer with the Province of Alberta for an aggressive prescribed fire program in a busy mountain forest area.  Throughout her time in Alberta, she became fascinated by wildland fire science and worked her

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NATIONAL UPDATES  Panel 1 – Supporting Fire Management Success

NATIONAL UPDATES Panel 1 – Supporting Fire Management Success

Date: Tuesday, November 19     Time: 3:00 to 4:00 pm Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre Panelist   Born in the Province of New Brunswick (NB) on Canada’s east coast, Kim worked with the NB Department of Natural Resources before, during and after college and served many aspects of the wildland fire management program for

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Developing and Managing Diverse, Healthy, and Stable Workforces in Wildland Fire

Developing and Managing Diverse, Healthy, and Stable Workforces in Wildland Fire

Date: Thursday, November, 21    Time: 9:20 – 10:20 am In this panel, share experiences, best practices, and solutions for developing and managing diverse, healthy and stable workforces across the Canadian Wildland Fire community. Panelists will explore: the results of the 2019 CIFFC Demographic Survey share approaches for advancing workplace wellbeing suggest ways that increasing

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FireSmart Exposure Assessment

FireSmart Exposure Assessment

Want to attend a technical workshop on FireSmart Exposure Assessment? Take the time while attending our conference to sign up for this hands-on session. Date: 14:00 to 17:00, Monday, November 18, 2019 Instructors: Jen Beverly (University of Alberta) Elizabeth Chapman (Alberta Wildfire Management Branch) Laura Stewart (FireSmart Canada) Registration Cost: $75* *Attendance at this workshop

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The Conifer Pyrometrics System

The Conifer Pyrometrics System

Does predicting fire behaviour in conifer forests interest you? While at our conference, attend the Predicting fire behaviour in modified conifer fuels with the Conifer Pyrometrics system affiliated workshop. Date:   2 pm – 5 pm, Monday Nov 18, 2019 Workshop lead: Dan Perrakis, Canadian Forest Service (Pacific Forestry Centre) Registration:  To register for this workshop contact daniel.perrakis@canada.ca *Attendance

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Wildfire Investigation Major Case Management

Wildfire Investigation Major Case Management

How do you manage wildfire investigations? Register for our conference and sign up for the Wildfire Investigation Major Case Management affiliated workshop. Date: This workshop has been cancelled. Unfortunately, the presenters are unable to travel to the conference. This extended presentation is based on the Alberta Governments current partnership between the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

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Rapid-Burned Area Mapping (R-BAM)

Rapid-Burned Area Mapping (R-BAM)

Rapid-Burned Area Mapping (R-BAM) : satellite technology for supporting wildfire response and recovery efforts workshop. This workshop has been canceled. If you would like to know more about R-BAM, do not hesitate to contact Jean-Simon Michaud (jsmichaud@hatfieldgroup.com) at Hatfield Consultants. Over the last three years, Hatfield Consultants collaborated with wildfire management agencies in Canada to

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