Power outages can occur anywhere, anytime, and to anyone

 

  • Develop a household emergency plan that suites your family’s individual needs and limitations.
  • Assign specific safety tasks to family members.
  • Practice your household emergency plan until everyone is sure of their role and keep it current by practicing every six months.
  • Prepare an emergency kit to be self-sufficient for a minimum of 72 hours, but preferably one week.
  • As well as having an emergency kit at home, you should have one in your vehicle and at school or work.

For more information check our Power Outages section

Important information regarding the recent flooding event

Were you affected by the recent flooding on November 3 and 4 ?

 You may be eligible for financial support under British Columbia’s Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA) Program.

Assistance is available to qualifying homeowners, residential tenants (renters), small business owners, and charitable organizations that incurred more than $1,000 of uninsurable damage during the recent flooding.

Information is also available on the Emergency Management BC website.

 

 
 
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