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Nicky Peeters
28:40
Hazard = something you would know in advance. Disaster = something that happens suddenly
Maya
29:03
Disaster = Hazard x exposure
Brenda McClelland
29:13
Hazards can be mitigated, disasters need to be managed.
Candis
29:18
Disaster is the event, the hazard are the effects that can be mitigated
FCSS Innisfail - Karen Bradbury
29:24
Disaster may have more long term affects and hazard can be mitigated
Evalyna Bogdan
32:05
Zoonotic virus
Evalyna Bogdan
41:47
Feel free to also answer the question in Zoom chat.
Nicky Peeters
42:52
*know that shit happens * focus on the positive * focus on what you can control * = stolen from the Ted Talk by Lucy Hone
Nicky Peeters
43:14
https://www.ted.com/talks/lucy_hone_3_secrets_of_resilient_people?language=en
Bonnie Lewin
44:00
Thanks for sharing this positive story Karen :)
Bonnie Lewin
45:10
Thanks Brenda for sharing a personal story :)
Maya
45:16
Individually I have been following health orders and feeling gratitude; household and neighbourhood I walk through the neighbourhood - chat and check in with them outside; community level - participate in webinars and workshops.
Jacie Alook | Native Counselling Services, she/her
45:48
In community of Bowness in Calgary, I relied and supported the community association FB page to promote a food pantry and fridge, built by community members. The page is a place folks can ask for help and many members of community will step in to help with household items, and services.
Ranjan Datta (settler scholar of colour)
45:51
The covid-19 pandemic:An immigrant-indigenous family story on reconnection, resistance, and resiliency.Family Resilience and Adaptation, 51(3-4), 429-444. https://doi.org/10.3138/jcfs.51.3-4.016
Bonnie Lewin
46:35
Thank you Maya, Jacie, and Ranjan for sharing these stories.
Evalyna Bogdan
48:01
What a heartwarming story, thank you Sarah
Bonnie Lewin
49:22
These are great examples of resiliency
Maya
49:24
@Sarah: my extended family is having similar "cocktail evening" gatherings every week.
Maya
52:17
@Ranjan: sense of place (land) seems important in relationships with our environments. I also find these stories inspiring and insight into how we respond to risks.
nabwetemelydia@gmail.com
53:15
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Evalyna Bogdan
58:56
Thank you for sharing!
meredithgreig
01:00:58
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Evalyna Bogdan
01:00:59
Please return on the hour for those in different parts of Canada
Evalyna Bogdan
01:21:34
BIPOC = Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour
Bonnie Lewin
01:28:02
Intersections of disasters with other disasters is something we need to acknowledge.
Evalyna Bogdan
01:44:49
Thank you for sharing Wasif, and for you and your family providing shelter and support to so many people.
Haorui Wu
01:45:11
Thanks for Wasif.
Bonnie Lewin
01:45:51
Thank you for sharing Wasif
Martin Gendron
01:47:30
In my household, I always include my children to have a discussion with my wife and I during disaster that is happening in our area, or one that we learn in the news. We talk about some of their fear, how the disaster can improve our life, and what we can do to get ready for that kind of disaster or other. I believe that by talking about it when them, at young age, it build resilience
Evalyna Bogdan
01:48:19
Great idea, Martin!
Bonnie Lewin
01:48:47
Martin, that's great to hear as it also builds preparedness.
Bonnie Lewin
01:49:00
Thank you for asking that question Sujoy.
Brenda McClelland
01:54:08
Social workers may have needed resources to share at a time when basic thinking can be difficult.
Evalyna Bogdan
01:55:55
Good point, Brenda. Our nervous systems can get so overwhelmed during a disaster that it can make thinking and decision-making difficult.
Bonnie Lewin
01:56:10
Advocacy
Evalyna Bogdan
01:57:04
Community and neighbourhood workshops on disaster preparedness
Bonnie Lewin
02:09:53
Thank you for sharing the training resource with us.
Ranjan Datta (settler scholar of colour)
02:10:26
Thanks all, it was timely event
Sarah Pullen
02:10:35
Thank you so much for this very informative presentation. So happy to see so much excellent work being done in this field. Looking forward to the next one!
Elladee (she/her)
02:10:56
Link to Nov. 25th event https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/returning-to-the-resilience-zone-by-dr-bogdan-tickets-170351443754
Elladee (she/her)
02:11:12
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Caroline McDonald-Harker
02:11:18
Thank you to all the speakers today. Such insightful and useful information.