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Check here for the latest warnings, risks and advisories. This website is updated by the River Forecast Centre of BC.
Find information on active fires, evacuations, and warnings as well as information on each region.
BC's Economic Development Association (BCEDA) has provided this extensive, and constantly updating, resource for all individuals and businesses impacted by floods, wildfires and/or the pandemic you can download this toolkit via this link.
EmergencyInfoBC is a government provided service active during partial and full-scale provincial emergencies. They share official response and recovery sources, as well as verified event information from trusted partners.
After a disaster the government may declare it eligible for Disaster Financial Assistance. This can be available for Indigenous communities, local government as well as the public. Check here for eligibility and how to apply.
Find smoke forecasts from wildfires using the BlueSky Canada system which produces forecasts of hourly, ground-level concentrations of PM2.5 smoke from wildfires up to two days into the future.
Find ways ICBC is supporting those affected by local disasters by checking here.
Federal and provincial level supports for businesses impacted by disasters.
Find information on what to do in regards to your electricity in the event of emergency.
This resource is provided to inform about emergency management for agriculture including business insurance and risk management.
This resource was produced by Public Safety Canada to inform on how to be prepared for and address interruptions in normal services regarding livestock due to the consequences of natural disasters and emergencies.
FortisBC provides information for natural gas before, during, and after disaster strikes.
Get Prepared can help you assess potential risks in your area, and be prepared as best as you can be.
PreparedBC provides guidance to understand what needs to be done before, during, and after a disaster. If you live in an at-risk area it is important to be prepared and informed in the case of any emergency.
WorksafeBC provides a PDF guide on preparing your team for evacuation planning.
The Canadian Mental Health Assocation (CMHA) is always available to offer support and improvement for the mental health of all Canadians. If you are feeling stressed, anxious, or low, you are not alone; The CMHA is here to help.
The Canadian Red Cross in British Columbia and Yukon offers an extensive network of programs and services that actively reach out and serve local communities throughout the regions. Discover which programs and services are provided in your area by searching below. You can also keep updated on latest news and events as well as explore local volunteer opportunities.
Healthlink BC provides information regarding wildfires, floods and other emergencies within the province as well as mental health resources and beyond.
Regional District Websites
Find fast information about active emergencies within the province and learn how best to navigate your travel and avoid dangerous routes using TranBC's Travel Advisories.
Check DriveBC to find information regarding active road closures, detours, or major incidents affecting BC's roads and ferries.
For help with inquires specific to banking, insurance, or claims, please see below.
Banking: Call your preferred bank and ask about deferral payment options, advice, and other accommodations.
Insurance: Advice is available from Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) at 1-844-2ASK-IBC (1-844-227-5422) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ICBC: Report a fire-related claim or emergency roadside expense online at icbc.com or phone at 1-800-910-4222.