Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)

Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) monitors and provides information about natural hazards in Canada to help Canadians understand and prepare for natural hazards, support emergency responders and to reduce the losses from hazards events. NRCan is developing, with partners, a national Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) system designed to enhance early detection and warning in areas of moderate to high earthquake hazard and concentrations of population and infrastructure. In Canada, this earthquake risk is concentrated along the west coast of British Columbia, the Ottawa River Valley, and the Saint Lawrence Seaway.

ShakeOutBC

Every year on Oct 20, millions of people worldwide will practice how to “Drop, Cover and Hold On” during Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills. ShakeOutBC is our province’s annual event that helps you prepare for the next “Big One”.

The BC Earthquake Alliance and the Great BC ShakeOut are pleased to support and be a part of the Fallen City Performance.  Please stop by our table to learn more about earthquake and tsunami preparedness, register for the Great BC ShakeOut, and get a prize! Our goal is to have a province that is prepared and able to respond appropriately to the next big earthquake!

Northwest Seismic Consultants

Northwest Seismic Consultants (NSC) is a Victoria-based risk management consultancy focused on personal, operational and strategic solutions to proactively reduce risk of major impacts of a large seismic event. NSC links technological innovation, scientific knowledge and action-based resilience to help saves future lives, injuries and property losses. It’s not if, but when the next big earthquake will hit, being ready ahead of time is everybody’s business.

“Earthquakes are complex and scary. Fallen City is a creative experience that promotes understanding of the physical and emotional characteristics of earthquakes and their impacts. Audiences will enjoy the multi-modal immersion, light-hearted humour and activity-based performance and leave better informed on the important topics of earthquake risk, individual preparedness and community resilience.” – Teron Moore