May 28, 2015


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U of M's Disaster Research Institute ends after 24 years

Only separate organization of its kind in Canada

A pedestrian walks under a tree blocking a street following an ice storm in Toronto last December. The storm is among the areas of study in the now-disbanded DRI.

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A pedestrian walks under a tree blocking a street following an ice storm in Toronto last December. The storm is among the areas of study in the now-disbanded DRI.

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