Saskatchewan Emergency Planners Association
SEPA is a non-profit, member led corporation that has been supporting its members, community leaders, industry and government since 1985.
Our members are at the centre of all we do. During our thirty plus years of service these dedicated members have overtime hailed from every city, town, village or rural municipality in Saskatchewan. They are full-time, part-time and volunteers who represent the full spectrum of public and private emergency management with roles ranging from elected official, manager, coordinator to front line responder.
SEPA operates under the guidance of a diverse group of community-minded volunteers. Our entire Board of Directors consists of unpaid volunteers, who offer a wealth of expertise, ideas, and enthusiasm for the work of the Association.
Browse the site for valuable information that will assist you in planning for the safety and security of your community, organization, family and personnel.
The members approved our new Membership Categories and fees at the AGM held on Oct 26, in Saskatoon.
SEPA now has three (3) Member Categories.....read more
Emergency alerts answer the important questions.
For more information, visit saskalert.ca
In the news
2023 saw an unprecedented frequency of catastrophic (insured losses >$30 million) severe weather events across Canada; in fact, 2023 is the fourth worst year for insured loss in Canada. There was a record setting 23 catastrophic events that we tracked. Of note, in July and August 2023, there were more catastrophes than Canada has previously seen in an entire year.
January 8, 2024, Insurance Bureau of Canada issued the following news release, which is posted on its website and the link below:
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