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Wildfire Smoke

Wildfire Smoke

Wildfire Smoke Management Resources             British Columbia Hour-by-hour forecast of smoke from wildfires in Western Canada Guidance for British Columbia Public Health Decision Making During Wildfire Smoke Events.   Idaho Wildfire Smoke Event Response Protocol Interagency Communication Plan.  Oregon Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication Tool Kit for Wildfires  Wildfire Frequently...

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At the Border

At the Border

Border Wait Times Information on border crossing wait times is available from:   Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA)  ; and   US Customs and Border Protection(CBP)         Information for Temporary Business Travellers to: United States Purpose: To engage in commercial or professional activities, attend conferences, meetings or consultations. No remuneration may be received from a United States source. Documents...

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PNWBHA at a Glance

PNWBHA at a Glance

The State of Washington (WA) and the Province of British Columbia (BC) have been leading Pacific North West public health collaboration since 2003.  The initial focus of this state and provincial collaboration rested on an annual cross border workshop to address emerging public health threats, including pandemic influenza preparedness and tracking infectious disease across borders.  This successful partnership has strengthened and the...

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Hot Potato Award

Hot Potato Award

Wayne Dauphinee, Executive Director, Pacific NorthWest Border Health Alliance, was presented the “Hot Potato Award” for helping to increase collaboration between U.S. and Canadian organizations and stakeholders at the 2014 Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER) Summit in Whistler BC, July 22, 2014, in the presence of the Canadian and United States ambassadors the Hon. Gary Dower and the Hon. Bruce Hayman. Each year,...

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Stay Informed

Stay Informed

US – Canada Public Health Treaties and Agreements This draft table summarizes twenty one treaties and agreements applicable to information sharing for public health incidents between and among Canada and the United States. This list was first compiled by U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and has been edited and updated by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’...

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