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In quiet times and during emergencies, we'll be here for you!

Updated: Feb 26, 2023

Welcome to the West Carleton Disaster Relief (WCDR) blog, your local source for information that contributes to the resiliency of your family and community. As an organization dedicated to promoting emergency preparedness and emergency response, and recovery from damaging events in the West Carleton area, we believe that helping you be prepared and stay informed is key to building a stronger and safer community.

Our blog will cover a wide range of topics related to making sure you are prepared for extreme events, including tips for creating emergency kits, developing family emergency communication plans, identifying safe evacuation routes, and more. We'll also provide updates on emergency response efforts and recovery strategies in the aftermath of a disaster, so you'll always have the latest information at your fingertips. This first blog post is just the beginning of what will become a series of informative and engaging posts that support the things your volunteer neighbours WCDR are doing all the time to build local resiliency.

But our blog isn't just about emergency preparedness. We also want to create an engaging and fun space for the West Carleton community, where we can come together and share stories, ideas, and experiences. Whether it's highlighting local events, showcasing community initiatives, or sharing interesting facts and stories about the area, our blog will offer a diverse range of content that reflects the unique character of West Carleton.

We want to remind our readers that at times when we are all safe, the blog will be informative and interesting. However, when a disaster occurs, the blog will focus and become a source of relevant and timely information to help you and your family.

Please share the links to our social media. By following us on Twitter and Facebook, you and your local friends and family can receive regular updates and be the first to know about new blog posts and emergency information. Twitter

Thank you for being a part of the West Carleton community, and we look forward to staying connected and informed with you.

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