Preparing for an emergency must include all family members

Disaster Animal Response Team shares tips for emergency preparedness for pets HANTS EAST: When emergencies happen, time is of the essence. Being prepared can be the difference between safe evacuation and needing rescue. And, including our four-legged family members in those preparations is vital. Catherine Stevens, Communications Director for the Disaster Animal Response Team NS...

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Be prepared when weather strikes

Emergency Preparedness Week held May 5-11 HANTS NORTH: When bad weather strikes, it’s the provincials Emergency Management Office time to respond. But even before that, residents can do their part when weather warnings are issued to be prepared. With Emergency Preparedness Week May 5-11, Rhonda Matthews, Emergency Management Planning Officer with N.S. EMO, took some...

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