Recent Media Articles And Interviews Featuring Survival Central

Peter Lane, left, Deidter Stadnyk, second from left, Patrick Boyd, second from right, and Robert Studer, right, talk at the Prepper Camp in Horning's Mills, Ont., last month.These are articles and videos of Survival Central in the news. To contact use regarding possible media appearance or interviews please follow the link and use our contact form: Contact Us

The Globe and Mail : Tunnel visions: Three rather plausible theories about the mysterious Toronto tunnel

Toronto Star: Dufferin-area survivalist and fire officials in showdown over nuclear shelter

Toronto Star Aug 9, 2015: http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2015/08/09/hanging-out-and-bugging-out-how-to-survive-a-preppers-weekend.html Continue reading

Survival Central To Launch New Survival Product At The Survival Expo Niagara Falls Aug 9-10

Survival Central's Mini Solar Tube Cooker and Water Sanitizer Survival Central’s Mini Solar Cooking and Water Sanitization Tube

By: Robert Studer

This coming weekend August 9-10 in Niagara Falls Ontario is going to be one of the biggest events of the summer for the Prepping, Survival and Homesteading community.
It is also going to be one of the biggest events of the year as Survival Central will be introducing a new product for the first time at booth 21.
For those who can’t make the show here is your opportunity to have a sneak peek, and a chance to purchase one before they go on sale this weekend. Continue reading

U.S. Seismicity Reaches All-Time High

EarthquakeFrom: Fire Earth

1,213 earthquakes strike the U.S. in the 7 days leading to the 4th of July

At least 1,213 earthquakes of all magnitudes have struck the United States and Puerto Rico in the seven-day period to the 4th of July 2015.

The quakes have occurred across 19 States—Alabama, Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming—and Puerto Rico.

The global total for the period was 1,314. Continue reading