Collection Notice

This questionnaire is an opportunity for you to provide thoughtful responses to the topics that will be presented and discussed as a group during the workshops. This survey will gather the perspectives and opinions of individuals and organizations who are currently participating in community wildfire resiliency planning activities or are interested in learning more about the process. Respondents could include fire officials, community planners, emergency managers, community managers , foresters and land managers, elected officials, and chief administrative officers.
 
This survey is voluntary, and a response is encouraged, but not required. Please do not provide any third-party information (i.e. talk about others) in your responses to the survey.
 
The Ministry of Forests, Land, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development will be using Survey Monkey to manage training attendance. The ministry is collecting your responses through SurveyMonkey under section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

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* 1. Does your community have a plan that addresses all seven FireSmart disciplines? If not, are local conditions or factors inhibiting your community’s ability to develop a plan?

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* 2. What additional guidance or tools are needed to improve your current or future planning process?

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* 3. What additional resources or support are needed to improve your current or future planning process?

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* 4. Is anything impeding your community’s ability to implement a plan that addresses all seven FireSmart disciplines?

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* 5. What additional guidance or tools are needed to help implement your plan?

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* 6. What additional resources or support are needed to help implement your plan?

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* 7. How well do you understand the wildfire risks that your community faces?

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* 8. Are there any barriers related to your understanding of wildfire risk?

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* 9. What additional guidance or tools are needed to increase your understanding of wildfire risk?

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* 10. Do you have any additional comments that could help shape the new Community Wildfire Resiliency Planning framework?

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