Canadian Journal of Emergency Management
The Canadian Journal of Emergency Management (CJEM) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that offers a forum for Canadian emergency managers and scholars to discuss industry and environment-specific hazards, threats, practices, experiences, and knowledge.
The Canadian Journal of Emergency Management and York University partner to advance emergency management practices
The Canadian Journal of Emergency Management has partnered with York University to become the official journal of the York Emergency Mitigation, Engagement, Response, and Governance Institute (Y-EMERGE).
Y-EMERGE builds on York’s exceptional expertise to develop, grow, and sustain transformative and multidisciplinary research and teaching in transformative disaster risk reduction, emergency preparedness, response, and recovery. The institute exists to promote community-engaged scholarship, real-world and need-driven research, and evidence-based training to support current and future disaster and emergency management leaders across Canada and beyond.