March 15 @ 1PM ET: NRCAN Webinar – Update on FHIMP and Looking ahead with Maxim Fortin

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Since 2021, the Government of Canada has invested $63.8M in the Flood Hazard Identification and Mapping Program (FHIMP) to help Canadians better plan and prepare for future flood risks. In this presentation, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) will provide an update on current activities in support of flood mapping. In particular, they will share new information on the progress of FHIMP, a joint initiative led by NRCan and supported by Public Safety and Environment and Climate Change Canada. This program aims to produce flood hazard data and maps for high-risk areas across the country by actively collaborating with provincial and territorial jurisdictions. Perspectives on lessons learned and the future of the program will be discussed, as well as updates on the progress of various other federal initiatives in support of flood mapping.

This presentation will be given in French on March 16th.


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