Canadian Emergency Management and Response Manual: A Guide to the Law and Practice (Print + ProView online)
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Covering each Canadian jurisdiction in detail, Canadian Emergency Management and Response Manual: A Guide to the Law and Practice draws together discussion of the vast and varied array of legislative provisions that apply in different emergency situations including pandemics, storms, terrorist events, derailments, toxic spills, etc.
This text analyzes the specific regimes that apply to particular professions (e.g. firefighters, police, emergency medical personnel), and offers general guidelines for local and provincial authorities, and municipal institutions and employers on developing effective emergency preparedness policies.
- New legal memoranda – Cross-references to Parts A and B and updates to the legislation in Alberta, Manitoba, and New Brunswick. Additionally, updates have been made to Words & Phrases and memoranda in the Issues in Focus section of the service.
- Issues in Focus – What is the range of general damage awards for civil battery and/or assault by the police?
- Issues in Focus – What is the quantum of damages for gunshot injuries sustained by a plaintiff in a police or other shooting?
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