Preparing for emergencies

GET PREPARED: YOUR GUIDE TO 72-HOUR PREPAREDNESS

GET PREPARED: YOUR GUIDE TO 72-HOUR PREPAREDNESS

You can be affected by a disaster anywhere, and at any time. It is important you are prepared to look after yourself and loved ones for 72 hours following an emergency. Here is what you need to know to get yourself prepared.

LEGISLATION IMPROVEMENTS: YOUR FEEDBACK WELCOME!

LEGISLATION IMPROVEMENTS: YOUR  FEEDBACK WELCOME!

British Columbia Emergency Program Act Under Review — Why You Need to Participate

In January 2016, the Honourable Naomi Yamamoto, Minister of State for Emergency Preparedness, launched a consultation initiative to revise the BC Emergency Program Act.  With catastrophes on the rise, there’s no better time than now, to offer your recommendations for improving the legislation.