source: Emergency Info BC
Emergency Info BC is active during partial and full-scale provincial emergencies, both on this site and on Twitter via @EmergencyInfoBC. They share official response and recovery sources, as well as verified event information from trusted partners.
source: Environment Canada
The government of Canada’s weather service and includes forecasts, alerts, and various maps.
The government of BC’s BC Air Quality website and includes air quality data, interactive maps, and link to smoke forecasts.
DRINKING WATER FOR EVERYONE
source: Interior Health
Interior Health’s website on clean, safe, and reliable drinking water. Includes an interactive water advisory map for easy access to water advisories from Interior Health. Also includes Interior Health educational videos and reports on drinking water.
The government of BC’s official traveller information system. Includes help for planning routes, information on variable speed limit signs, major events, and highway webcams.
source: B.C. Wildfire Service
The government of BC’s official website for wildfires and includes an interactive wildfire map, wildfires of note, information bulletins, wildfire prevention information, and fire bans and restrictions.
source: Red Cross:
Under the “How We Help” is information on all current emergency responses that the Red Cross offers primary assistance by supporting local authorities meet urgent needs including registration.
source: Public Safety & Emergency Services
British Columbians forced from their homes by fire, floods, earthquakes or other emergencies may receive emergency social services for up to 72 hours. Services may include food, lodging, clothing, emotional support, information about the crisis, and family reunification. There may also be special services like first aid, child minding, pet care and transportation.
source: Government of Canada
The government of Canada’s website to help citizens get prepared for emergencies by: