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Our Sponsors

The following sponsors are generously providing support to our conference either in funding or in-kind contributions.  Their donations are helping us make our conference a success.  Please consider supporting our sponsors and letting them know your appreciation.

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors


BC Hydro is a Crown corporation, owned by the government and people of British Columbia. It's our job to safely provide our customers with reliable, affordable and clean electricity throughout the province. We are one of the largest energy suppliers in Canada, generating and delivering electricity to 95 per cent of the population of British Columbia. We operate an integrated system backed by 30 hydroelectric plants and two thermal generating stations, as well as approximately 78,000 kilometres of transmission and distribution lines. As a utility that operates in a high hazard industry, safety is always top of mind and we are continuously working to improve our performance by understanding hazards, ensuring appropriate design of assets, related work procedures and competencies.

​​​Established in 1964, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is the national industry association representing Canada’s private home, auto and business insurers.

​Its member companies represent 90% of the Canadian property and casualty (P&C) insurance market. IBC works on a number of fronts to increase public understanding of home, auto and business insurance.

Public understanding is also fostered through IBC’s five regional consumer centres, where trained personnel with years of industry and government relations experience answer tens of thousands of consumer inquiries each year.

Silver Sponsors


It takes a diverse team to create a lower carbon future while providing safe and affordable energy. More than 2,400 employees work hard to provide natural gas and electricity to just over 1.2 million British Columbians, every day. Canadian-owned and BC-based, we work and live in your towns, cities and neighbourhoods. We believe in building stronger communities

Bronze Sponsors


The British Columbia Association of Emergency Managers was started in 2006 as a grassroots organization by a group of regional district Emergency Managers who recognized the need to support each other and share best practices. In 2007 this idea was formalized when BCAEM became a BC Society.



“Supporting Emergency Management Professionals in British Columbia.”


“The British Columbia Association of Emergency Managers supports its diverse membership in their efforts to enhance emergency management initiatives in British Columbia. The Association will accomplish this by providing and maintaining resources that support emergency management professionals to build comprehensive, integrated and effective emergency management programs.”

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