Il nous fait plaisir de vous faire part du lancement du magazine True North Resilience de DRI CANADA.

Vous trouverez ci-après l’appel de propositions d’articles pour l’édition d’automne, dont la date butoir est le 9 septembre 2022.
Les éditeurs de la Revue True North Resilience désirent ouvrir la soumission d’articles sur les sujets suivants pour les prochains numéros de la publication :
• Continuité des activités
• Reprise après sinistre
• Gestion des urgences
• Gestion des risques d’entreprise et organisationnels
• Santé et sécurité au travail à l’échelle nationale, régionale et mondiale
• Cybersécurité, protection des données et confidentialité.
À noter que la publication est en anglais.
Les lignes directrices ainsi que tous les détails pour la soumission d’articles se retrouvent dans le communiqué ci-après :

Launching of True North Resilience Magazine

Call for Articles
The Editor, Editorial Board and Publishers of True North Resilience Magazine welcome the submission of articles on the following subjects for the next issues of the journal.
Articles on Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, Emergency Management, Enterprise and Organizational Risk Management, Occupational Health & Safety nationally, regionally, globally, Cyber security, data protection, and privacy.
Submission guidelines
The following types of articles are considered for publication:
Practice articles: Thought pieces, best practice articles, case studies, new approaches, technologies and techniques, research reports, legal and regulatory updates, and other contributions written by practitioners. All case studies must address the following questions: What has worked? Why has it worked? What lessons were learned? How could it be done elsewhere? Articles should be 500 to 2,000 words in length.
Research papers: Contributions which explore new models, theories, and applied research. Research papers must have clear implications for professionals and business practice. Research papers should be around 3,000 words in length.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed to ensure that they are of direct, practical relevance to those working in the field.
Editorial Submission Guidelines : Please make all editorial submissions to
Article deadlines : September 9, 2022 for Fall edition.
Subject: Any subject related to
  • Business Continuity
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Crisis Management
  • Emergency Management
  • OH&S
  • Risk management
will be considered throughout the year.
Word count: Preferably 500-2,000 words (minimum 500, maximum 2,500).
Online Journal submissions rules covered in a separate section.
VENDOR-NEUTRAL: No mention of any for profit organization product, or service will be published in the magazine.
Every magazine article published will be copyrighted by DRI Canada. Authors are required to sign a copyright agreement.
Articles must be original and may not be simultaneously submitted to other publications.
DRI Canada will retain all publishing rights.  However, permission will be granted for marketing purposes or any other non-competing publication with attribution.
Required materials: All article submissions must include a short biography and a headshot photo of the author.
Art: Photographs or graphic elements may accompany each article. Graphic submissions are welcome but please refrain for designing your article submission.
Every item must be formatted separately for print, digital, and web.
Please submit the text and graphic elements separately.
Print photos and graphics must be high resolution (300 dpi at 100% print size) or vector based.
Authors: Articles from DRI Certified Professionals are given preference. Not applicable to student submissions.
Editing: Articles will be edited for length, clarity, style, and improper usage of industry terms.
Online Journal
If many submissions are received, overflow articles will be published online-only as an online journal. These articles are featured alongside magazine articles at the top of the DRI Canada website and go through the same approval above, with the following exceptions:
No deadlines: Online exclusives may be approved and published much quicker than magazine articles. This is particularly advantageous for timely or late-breaking topics.
No wordcount limits: Particularly long articles may work better online than in print.
Outside membership login: Online exclusives are not gated by our membership login for easy sharing on social media.
Email updates: Online exclusives are featured regularly in our informational updates and email marketing.
Sponsored Content
No vendor content outside of paid advertising
If you have any questions regarding these guidelines contact

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