Emergency and disaster preparedness

Emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere. Learn what to do before, during and after an emergency. Resources are available to use in your community, business or home.

Highlights

Emergency Kit Checklist (PDF) Supplies that you need for at least 72 hours in an emergency.
Hurricanes - Safety Tips (PDF) How to prepare for hurricane season and what to do during a storm.
Emergency alerts Emergency management alerts help keep you informed.

Be prepared for at least 72 hours without power or running water.

Emergency tips

Make an emergency plan. An emergency plan helps everyone in your family know what to do in an emergency, how to contact each other and where to meet.

Call 911 if your health, safety or property is threatened and you need help right away. 911 will notify emergency responders (like fire, police or ambulance).

About the Emergency Management Office

The Emergency Management Office (EMO) works with municipal, provincial, federal and critical infrastructure partners (like telecommunications, airport and port authorities) to help them plan for emergencies. Each municipality has its own emergency response plan and leads the response for emergency events in its area.

Emergency Management Office