What we're about


This group is aimed at individuals that have interest in gaining knowledge, acquiring new skills and networking with like-minded individuals that are preppers and survivalists. It is completely non-profit, free and open to anyone.

For anyone wondering:

We don't believe in Zombies...

We don't believe the world is going to end....

We don't wear tin foil hats....

We have a life....

We're not a doom and gloom group that worries about something that may never happen. Actually, quite the opposite. We're just civil, intelligent people that like the idea of being prepared should something occur.

Meets are educationally-based and will sometimes feature a special guest speaker and/or demonstration followed by an open discussion between any and all members on the topic. Anyone from beginners to experts are welcome. Prepping and the art of survival involves communities and like-minded individuals. A true prepper or survivalist knows that they can't be absolutely prepared for everything. That's partly why this network exists.

Some common topics for the Ontario Prepper Survival Network Meet-up's will include things like:

Long-term Food & Water Storage
First Aid and Medical Equipment
EMP and Faraday Cages
Alternative Power Generation
Agriculture after Armageddon
Firearms and Alternate Weapon Creation
Martial Arts Defense Training
Bug out Vehicles and Locations
Post-armageddon Communications
Technology in relation to survivalism
Rebuilding Society post Armageddon
Social and Psychological impacts pre and post Armageddon
10 things that 99.9% of survivalist and preppers have forgotten to include in their supplies

...and much more

The secondary focus of the Ontario Prepper Survival Network is the exchange of information for our own personal sources for prepper and survival related goods and services within Ontario. We've been in this game for a while and there's a really good chance we've already found the best contact or resource that you're looking for.

Finally, we should point out that this meet-up is free. There's no interest in profit or even selling anything for that matter. Any costs that may arise will solely be based on anything associated with a specific meet-up. Our interest is to create and provide information to like-minded individuals, share resources and otherwise network with people that are on the same page.

Question? Comments? Concerns? Feel free to get in touch with me directly through facebook: https://www.facebook.com/che.bodhi

Upcoming events (5)

Primitive & Modern Outdoor Survival Lights

5000 Steeles Ave W

Join us in the woods as we play with both modern and primitive sources of light. We'll showcase a variety of current products on the market in addition to making some bushcraft torches, wooden rocket stoves and the like. From showing/comparing primitive candles using animal fat to modern day homemade micro candle options on display (that we will make as well) - this event will be covering a large variety of lighting options if and when the power goes out. Check out a very brief video clip of one of the items we'll be making here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipry4Ya1K20 No experience necessary. Participation in making anything is optional. This is a hands-on workshop that is being held outside. Please dress for the conditions and please bring a portable saw (if you have one) and a knife – if you wish to participate in making your own torch. There is no cost to attend or participate at this event.

Spring Camping (Overnighter)

5000 Steeles Ave W

This is a great opportunity to test out your winter gear. We'll be camping out overnight in the woods. If you don't have any gear and you've never camped out overnight in the woods before this would be a good chance to pop in briefly and see the various types of gear brought by participants. This event will take place immediately following our 'Primitive & Modern Outdoor Survival Lights' event. This event will be held outside. Yes, there is a cell phone signal. No, there are no facilities of any kind including washroom facilities. Participants will be expected to bring their own food and water. If you have any questions at all please fee free to ask. Directions: We'll be camping approximately 500 meters in a north-west direction from the parking lot (south of the train tracks).

LDS Canning Day - Buy Bulk Dried Goods For Cheap

Toronto LDS Home Center

It's been a while since we've been to the cannery. It's time to stockpile s Whether you're into survivalism, prepping or self-reliance - food is a critical area of knowledge that you must have. While we will no longer be canning the food ourselves you can check out the latter half of this video to see yours truly going through the process at the same facility where we will be going: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hED3JRvCFqc The LDS cannery has some of the best prices (in most cases the best price) on long shelf life foods and they're open to the public by appointment only. Everyone can purchase whatever food items they want. If you're looking spend $10 or $100 on food at this event it's up to you otherwise this event is completely free to attend. NOTE: The LDS only accepts CASH. Available food products to purchase: Apple Slices, Beans, Black, Beans, Pinto, Beans, Refried, Berry Drink Mix, Carrots, Dry Onions, Granola, Granulated Sugar, Hard Red Wheat, Hard White Wheat, Honey, Hot Cocoa Mix, Macaroni, Nonfat Dry Milk, Pancake Mix, Peanut Butter, Potato Flakes, Potato Pearls, Quick Oats, Regular Oats, Spaghetti Bites, White Beans, White Flour, White Rice. Please check on the details of this page in the next week or so for an updated list of pricing. Following the long term food storage event at the cannery (located at the LDS around the corner) I'll be going for lunch at the infamous Steak Queen (345 Rexdale Blvd, Etobicoke, ON M9W 1R9) - so please feel free to join me. Prior to signing up to attend this event please ensure that you've read and agree to the Ontario Prepper Survival Network code of ethics (http://www.meetup.com/Ontario-Prepper-Survival-Network/messages/boards/thread/47523862).

7th Annual Canadian Survival Expo

562108 Grey Rd 25


Join us for the day or an entire weekend of preparedness, survival, bushcraft and primitive skills training at Canada's largest prepper event. Located at an off-grid camp just north of Toronto this is your chance to train with some of Canada's best survival experts during a jam-packed weekend filled with a wide-variety of events. Camping available on-site. Bunks are available for those that don't wish camp. Spots for RV's and trailers are a first come first serve basis. Amazing raffle prizes. Freeze Dried Food FREE lunch (on Saturday). $5 all-you-eat-breakfast (pancakes, coffee, sausages). AND SO MUCH MORE! Complete details, including a list of sponsors, guest speakers and events are here: http://annualpreppersmeet.com If there's only one survival event that you attend this year – this is that event...

Past events (112)

Survival Walk & Portable Stove Showcase

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