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Disaster Recovery Assistance for Communities in Alberta

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Please feel free to reach out to the following references for your convenience.

Elsie Hutton, Wood Buffalo

Recommendation Letter from Elsie Hutton, Wood Buffalo

Elsie Hutton from the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo writes in a recommendation letter:

I would be happy to endorse this company to any other municipality experiencing disasters, particularly where funding is eligible through the Alberta government Disaster Recovery Programs.

Elsie Hutton, Chief Financial Officer

Reach Elsie Hutton at +1 (780) 743-7832.
Visit Wood Buffalo at

Recommendation Letter from Elsie Hutton (PDF, 258 KB)

Barry Giffen

Mr. Giffen was one of the primary leaders in delivering the provincial government's disaster recovery programs since 1995. Mr. Giffen retired in 2010, however his experience as head of all Disaster Recovery Programs prior to his retirement allows him to provide good insight into Helen Wright’s experience in this field.

Reach Barry Giffen at +1 (780) 499-1290.