A few days ago, I received an email from Santa. No…really, I did!! lol Santa from West Virginia suggested that we do a post on Emergency Communications. Since this is a very important topic and I have zero experience, Santa graciously offered
We’ve been having a busy few days around here with 3 more new bloggers! We’d like to welcome Mike1 to the New Brunswick Preppers Network. Scarecrow has added to the Ontario Preppers Network. Jambaloney will be blogging at the Nova Scotia Preppers
We would like to send out a Big Canadian Welcome to a Great American Patriot and Prepper, our Friend, Riverwalker. This Great Friend has offered to guest-post on a variety of province and territory Preppers Networks in order to help out here
Ordinary Canadians care. We are preparing for something unimaginable…something we don’t want to happen. While we prepare for calamity and catastrophe, we need to remember the free world is resisting the horror of terrorists and their plans to disrupt our peaceful lives.
Check out the Nova Scotia site this week for City Prepping Part II. There’s also a post on the Ontario site about stocking a pantry. We’d still like to hear from more of you across Canada who are prepping. If you’d like
Are you interested in guest-posting on the Canadian Preppers Network? If so, please contact Kymber here. Everyone is welcome…and if you would like to know more information about the type of posts that would be welcome – check out the Canadian Preppers
Check out the Nova Scotia site …some good info about water storage.
The nuts and bolts of “how to” make an emergency plan is outlined on the Government of Canada preparedness site. Rather than reinvent one of the many step-by-step plans, I would suggest that you take the time to browse this document. It
The following data is based on information supplied by the Government of Canada “Get Prepared” site and various other sources: *unless otherwise stated, totals are from 1900 – 2005 RISK – OCCURRENCES – FATALITIES Epidemic – 8 – 50488SARS, HIV, H5N1 (bird
The Government of Canada has an official preparedness site. If you’ve never visited it, I suggest you take a few minutes to have a look. The government’s basic 3 step plan is as follows: Know The RisksAlthough the consequences of disasters can