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Our High River Rallies High Capacity

On April 26th, RallyEngine successfully conducted the second of two simulation exercises as part of its one-year "community capacity" test project in High River, Alberta.

New Our High River App Facilitates Outstanding Success for the ...

  • RallyEngine
  • 07.11.2016
  • BCIP
Our High River (OHR) is a community group in the Town of High River, aiming to foster community engagement by providing spaces for citizens to work on projects, ...

Government of Canada gives Calgary-based Innovators a Boost by Buying ...

October 28, 2016 — Calgary, Alberta

New Our High River Mobile App Will Reveal Clues During Mystery on ...

  • RallyEngine
  • 25.10.2016
  • apps
Our High River announces the launch of an innovative community engagement app... and a mysterious team scavenger hunt for High River residents to try it out.

WCDM 2015 Presentation: The Herd of Cats

Last week RallyEngine co-founder Steve Hardy presented The Herd of Cats to a great audience at the World Conference on Disaster Management in Toronto. He's writing a ...

Mobile and the Space Between Public and Private Alerts

Last week RallyEngine was pleased to attend the first annual National Public Alerting Summit in Edmonton. Organized by CATAAlliance, nearly 100 Canadian and ...

Toronto Becomes the Second Canadian Police Agency to Embrace ...

This past Monday marked yet another big milestone for the burgeoning Search Program: The Missing Children Society of Canada and Toronto Police Service Partner on ‘Milk ...

The Single Most Important Thing We Can Learn from the Ottawa Lockdown

  • RallyEngine
  • 27.10.2014
  • alerts
Last Wednesday's events in Ottawa – the deadly shooting of a soldier at the War Memorial, the violent showdown with the shooter inside Centre Block of Canada's ...

The Value of Social Capital and Emergent Groups

Last week we had the pleasure to attend the World Conference on Disaster Management (WCDM) at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto. Great event! The diversity of ...

Business Continuity Lessons from the Moncton and Boston Manhunts

Last week in Moncton, New Brunswick, a 24-year-old gunman went on a rampage shooting five RCMP officers, killing three of them and severely injuring the other two. The ...