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Submit Your Papers for Continuity and Resilience Today – Deadline is Nov. 16!

November 8, 2018 Leave a comment DRI Admin

2019 CALL for PAPERS Practical and collaborative, Continuity & Resilience Today provides business continuity/disaster recovery professionals an environment of shared lessons learned, best practices, takeaways, networking, and professional development to strengthen resilience. INTRODUCTION Continuity & Resilience Today (CRT) – International Business Continuity Management Conference will be held in Toronto on May 29-30, 2019. CRT is […]

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DRI Canada Regional Conference Focuses on Organizational Resilience

May 30, 2018 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Natural disasters, data breaches, and other threats that can affect an organization were center stage at DRI’s latest one-day regional conference, May 17, 2018, at NorQuest College in Edmonton, Alberta. This was DRI Canada’s second one-day conference. DRI Certified Professionals, practitioners, and students in related fields attended to meet, network, and learn from thought leaders on Business […]

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DRI International Renews Partnership with DRI Canada

February 22, 2018 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Business continuity practitioners in Canada will have continued access to world-class DRI courses and certifications — DRI International and DRI Canada have renewed their International Affiliate Operating Agreement (IAOA)! “We at DRI International are very pleased to renew our agreement with DRI Canada as our local representative to serve this important market,” said DRI President […]

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Congratulations to the DRI CANADA 2017 Awards of Excellence Recipients!

September 19, 2017 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The DRI CANADA Awards of Excellence honour individuals who are leaders and innovators in the fields of Business Continuity and Technology Recovery (BC/DR).  DRI CANADA believes that it is our duty to recognize and celebrate excellence and we have committed to continuing the Awards of Excellence program to achieve this strategic goal. The 2017 Award […]

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Welcome to the Thrive! Canada

April 1, 2016 Leave a comment drivecanada

Brock Holowachuk, CBCP A few months ago, you might recall that DRI Canada asked you to participate in a survey on how we can improve and grow our organization. There was a lot of good feedback, but one thing came through loud and clear … you want to hear more about what’s happening. Improved communication […]

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DRIE Toronto Presents DRI Canada with Sponsor Appreciation Award

March 31, 2016 Leave a comment drivecanada

As part of Disaster Recovery Information Exchange Toronto’s  (DRIE Toronto) 30th Anniversary celebration, DRI Canada was presented with a sponsor appreciation award.  Last year DRI Canada made a commitment to support all Disaster Recovery Information exchange chapters, EPICC and RECO with annual financial sponsorship support. Photo courtesy: Sophia Xanthis

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Why I volunteer with DRI Canada

March 18, 2016 Leave a comment drivecanada

Ten years ago, I was working with in Winnipeg with the provincial government’s Emergency Measures Organization. A decision was made to invest in a government-wide Business Continuity Management program, and I was assigned to lead the project. My background was the planning and response to civil emergencies like floods and fires. BCM was big, different, […]

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5 Trends in Continuing Education for 2015

March 18, 2016 Leave a comment drivecanada

Dr. Marie Bountrogianni A recent survey from the Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counseling (CERIC) found that while 71% of employers agree they have a responsibility to provide career management programs for their employees, only 29% actually offer them. There is a huge gap in the skills training that workers need to move up the ladder and the […]

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Pandemic Planning

March 18, 2016 Leave a comment drivecanada

By Ann Wyganowski, CBCP, CBRM, MBCI Will I get my paycheque? How well prepared is my payroll team? Paying employees, pensioners and contractors is a high priority in the development of any business continuity plan, as part of the business impact analysis phase. Without a paycheque, employees may refuse to work, and without a workforce, […]

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Climate change is here, but is your Business Continuity Plan ready?

March 18, 2016 Leave a comment drivecanada

With the increase in climate change impacts, such as flooding and power outages no one wants to be “closed” losing clients, reputation and revenue. Many organizations understand that it’s important to be prepared for unforeseen business disruptions, yet are unsure how to develop a plan that will carry them over the finish line. A policy […]

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