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On the Wildfire Front Lines: An Inside Look At Fire Camps


In 2018, wildfires swept across California, burning nearly 2 million acres and prompting the declaration of a national disaster. The cost was astronomical: over 100 people lost their lives and the state sustained an estimated [...]

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Fires, floods and tornadoes -disaster can strike at any time. And while an emergency preparedness plan can go a long way towards mitigating the impact, sometimes even the best laid plans can’t prevent damage to [...]

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If your site lost power right now, what would happen? How quickly could you get back up and running? When a planned or unplanned outage happens, timing is of the essence. But are you aware [...]

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The First 180 Minutes


It’s 2am on a Saturday and all is calm. There’s a storm raging outside but everything on site is running smoothly. Then, disaster hits. Wind takes out the utility power and leaves the site in [...]

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When Hurricane Harvey struck the state of Texas in late August, it left more than 300,000 homes and businesses without power. Among the storm’s power infrastructure casualties were 7.6 GW of power generation capacity and [...]

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With Hurricanes Irma and Harvey in the southern states, record-breaking flooding in Ontario and a devastating wildfire season in BC, it has been a harrowing summer for many individuals and businesses in Canada and the [...]

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Is Your Business Prepared For a Power Outage?


Spring has arrived and, with it, unpredictable weather and the power outages that often follow. As recently as April 7th, a snow and wind storm caused a major outage in Ontario that affected 45,000 residents. [...]

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Winter Is Coming: Is Your Business Prepared?


Fall has arrived, which means winter is close behind. But while we anticipate the start of hockey season and ski season, there’s another season that business owners need to keep in mind: storm season. Snowstorms, [...]

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