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The great wave: debris from the Japanese tsunami – in pictures

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Tomohiro Muda photographs artefacts left behind after the 2011 tsunami that devastated Japan and damaged the Fukushima nuclear plant – be they boxer shorts or circuit boards…

 

Are you prepared?

Do you have a plan for you and your family in the event of an emergency? Many of us talk about doing this but life sometimes gets in the way of best intentions. The current flooding and mudslide emergencies in our province and across the country serve as a good reminder that natural disasters are beyond our control. Emergencies can happen anytime and anywhere. In recognition of National Emergency Preparedness Week (May 7 to 13) you are encouraged to take action to be better prepared. The first 72 hours of an emergency are critical. It is important that we are able to be self-sufficient while rescue workers are mobilized to help those in urgent…

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