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  • Author of the Canada Country Study, Climate Impacts and Adaptation, National Sectoral Volume, Chapter 10, “Climate impacts and Adaptations - Insurance Sector”, 1998, Pages 483 to 500. Environmental Adaptation Research Group, Atmospheric Environment Service, Ministry of the Environment, Government of Canada. ISBN 0-660-17087-6, Cat. No. En 56-119/6-1997E (paper). En56-119/6-1998E-IN (Electronic) Available at
  • Presented the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction position on Climate Change and the Canadian Insurance Industry at the conference; Caribbean: Planning for Adaptation to Global Climate Change Private Sector Seminar, 15-16 May 2000.
  • Co-Author with Nigel A.deGruyther B.Sc. (Pharm), MBA of the Article on Risk Management and Life Sciences – “Protecting Ideas” Risk Management Magazine, Vol. 47, No. 10, October 2000, Pages 35 to 43 Risk Management Society Publishing Inc., New York, New York, USA ISSN 0035-5593
  • Author of the Paper “Natural Hazards and the Canadian Insurance Industry”, ICLR Research Paper - Number 25, Dec. 2002, Pages 1 to 23, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, ISBN 0-9732213-3-X. Available at
  • Author of the Article “Business Continuity and the Risk Manager”, Pulse the Heartbeat of Risk Management March/Apr 2004. Page 8, Ontario Risk and Insurance Management Society. Toronto Ontario. Available at
  • Co-Author with Ann Wyganowski CBCP, CBRM, MBCI, CPSA WS3, of Presentation “ DRIE (Disaster Recovery Information Exchange Presents GTIME (Greater Toronto Incident Management Exercise) at the 18th World Conference on Disaster Management, June 15-18, 2008, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Presented paper “Siloing Amongst Practitioners Of Business Continuity And Other Risk-Based Disciplines” at the 6th Annual CRHNet Symposium, November 23-26, 2009 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  • Co-Author with Todd Bardes, Al Czarnecki, Douglas Macy, Brett Reddock, David Snelgrove, Grey Stasyna and Ann Wyganowski of GTIME (Greater Toronto Incident Management Exercise) #1, White Paper, August 2010, Executive Summary, 16 pages and Detailed Exercise Information, 28 pages. Available at