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Emergency operations centres investments benefit B.C. communities

Emergency operations centres investments benefit B.C. communities

July 9, 2021 at 7:55 am  BC, News, Politics

Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District, Port Alberni – Alberni Valley EOC enhancement
Total approved funding: $38,731.75

Bowen Island – Mount Gardner repeater
Total approved funding: $25,000 

Bulkley-Nechako Regional District – EOC crisis communication equipment acquisition
Total approved funding: $25,000

Capital Regional District – Electoral Area EOC functional exercises
Total approved funding: $25,000

Clearwater – Equipment and EOC training
Total approved funding: $24,958.54

Cowichan Valley Regional District, Cowichan Tribes, Duncan, North Cowichan, Malahat First Nation, Lake Cowichan, Stz’uminus First Nation, Ladysmith – Regional emergency communications enhancements
Total approved funding: $199,925 

Esk’etemc First Nation – EOC preparedness 2021 
Total approved funding: $25,000 

Fraser Lake – EOC backup power and generator trailer
Total approved funding: $25,000

Fraser Valley Regional District – Dedicated EOC and activation training
Total approved funding: $25,000

Glen Vowell Band – Sik-E-Dakh emergency operations
Total approved funding: $25,000

Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw First Nation – EOC kit and training
Total approved funding: $24,502

Hudson’s Hope – Capability upgrade and training
Total approved funding: $23,560

Kent – Generator backup
Total approved funding: $25,000

Lillooet – Capacity Building Program
Total approved funding: $25,000

Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band – Emergency Management Program
Total approved funding: $25,000

Lumby – EOC exercise 2021
Total approved funding: $24,800

Metchosin – EOC communications and facility resources
Total approved funding: $24,300

Midway – EOC project
Total approved funding: $25,000

Mission – Secondary EOC
Total approved funding: $24,158.78

Nanaimo Regional District – Training and exercise enhancement
Total approved funding: $18,200

North Okanagan Regional District – Emergency power supply
Total approved funding: $25,000

Okanagan-Similkameen Regional District, Summerland, Keremeos, Princeton, Oliver, Osoyoos – Training and integrated virtual EOC needs assessment
Total approved funding: $133,800

Old Massett Village Council – Equipment for EOC trailer
Total approved funding: $17,092.48

Pauquachin First Nation, Tsartlip First Nation, Tsawout First Nation, Tseycum First Nation – EOC setup
Total approved funding: $100,000

Peace River Regional District – Alternate EOC upgrade
Total approved funding: $18,500

Penticton – EOC and staff enhancement
Total approved funding: $25,000

Pitt Meadows – Primary EOC workstations
Total approved funding: $25,000

Port Coquitlam – Training and exercise program plan and facility upgrades
Total approved funding: $21,972

Port Hardy – Training and centre improvements
Total approved funding: $22,395.62

Port McNeill – Secondary power/mobile EOC
Total approved funding: $20,000

Port Moody – Natural progression of EOC skillsets tabletop
Total approved funding: $24,896.19

qathet Regional District – Public emergency communications system establishment and training
Total approved funding: $25,000

Quatsino First Nation – EOC equipment
Total approved funding: $25,000

Queen Charlotte – Generator for Queen Charlotte EOC
Total approved funding: $25,000

Saulteau First Nations – Emergency power supply for band hall
Total approved funding: $25,000

Sicamous – Emergency Operations Centre
Total approved funding: $25,000

Simpcw First Nation – Emergency Response Centre upgrades and training
Total approved funding: $25,000

Skuppah Indian Band – EOC communications preparedness equipment/training
Total approved funding: $21,410.23

Smithers, Telkwa – EOC Resiliency Project
Total approved funding: $50,000

Snaw-Naw-As First Nation – Nanoose First Nation’s EOC development project
Total approved funding: $24,316.69

Squamish – Intensive training program
Total approved funding: $25,000

Squamish Nation – Mobile EOC
Total approved funding: $24,648.32

Squamish-Lillooet Regional District – Backup generator for alternate EOC, CISM training
Total approved funding: $25,000

Stewart – EOC preparedness
Total approved funding: $25,000

Tl’azt’en Nation – EOC development
Total approved funding: $24,900

Tofino – EOC communications, training and equipment
Total approved funding: $25,000

Tsawwassen First Nation – EOC display
Total approved funding: $3,200.90

Tsilhqot’in National Government, Tl’esqox First Nation, Tŝideldel First Nation, Yunesit’in Government, Xeni Gwet’in First Nation, ?Esdilagh, Tl’esqox First Nation –
EOC equipment project

Total approved funding: $149,932.16

Tzeachten First Nation – Solar power kit for EOC
Total approved funding: $18,407.38

Vernon – 2021 EOC and training project
Total approved funding: $25,000

West Moberly First Nations – EOC communications project
Total approved funding: $25,000

Whistler – Radio communications upgrade
Total approved funding: $25,000

White Rock – Training/exercise and equipment/supplies updates
Total approved funding: $25,000

Williams Lake First Nation – Emergency Operations Capacity Building Initiative
Total approved funding: $24,307

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