News releases from Emergency Management Office (Page 3)

L'essai du système d'alerte d'urgence inclura les téléphones cellulaires

Emergency Management Office

Les Néo-Écossais recevront maintenant les alertes publiques du système d'alerte d'urgence sur leur téléphone cellulaire. Un essai du système d'alerte aura lieu le mercredi 9 mai à 13 h 55 dans le cadre de la Semaine de la sécurité civile.

Emergency Alert Test to Include Cell Phones

Emergency Management Office

Nova Scotians will now get public alerts on their cell phones from the public emergency alerting system. A test alert will take place on May 9 at 1:55 p.m. as part of Emergency Preparedness Week.

Interruption de service

Emergency Management Office

Le Bureau de gestion des urgences du gouvernement est au courant des pannes des services téléphoniques cellulaire et filaire. Le Centre de coordination provincial a été activé.

Cellular Service Disruption

Emergency Management Office

The province’s Emergency Management Office (EMO) is aware of cell and landline outages and the Provincial Coordination Centre has been activated.

New Provincewide Dispatch System for Ground Search and Rescue

Emergency Management Office

Ground search and rescue teams in the province are benefitting from a new single dispatch point that will allow them to respond to search requests faster.

Brochures Will Help Mi'kmaw Communities Better Prepare for Emergencies

Emergency Management Office

Residents of First Nations in Nova Scotia will be better able to plan for, and respond to, emergencies with two new tools from the Emergency Management Office.

Préparations en vue d'une tempête de neige

Emergency Management Office / Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Une importante tempête de neige s'abattra sur la Nouvelle-Écosse à compter d'aujourd'hui, 12 février, et se poursuivra durant la journée du lundi 13 février.

Province Prepares for Blizzard

Emergency Management Office / Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

A major winter storm is expected to hit Nova Scotia starting today, Feb. 12, and continue throughout the day Monday, Feb. 13.

Province Prepares for Blizzard

Emergency Management Office / Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

A major winter storm is expected to hit Nova Scotia starting today, Feb. 12, and continue throughout the day Monday, Feb. 13.

Province to Repair or Buy 18 Flood Damaged Homes

Emergency Management Office

The 18 homeowners most impacted by Thanksgiving Day floods will now be able to make decisions on the future of their homes.

L'aide financière aux Néo-Écossais victimes des inondations se poursuit

Emergency Management Office

Le gouvernement maintient son engagement à faire en sorte que tous les Néo-Écossais touchés par les inondations du 10 octobre reçoivent l'aide dont ils ont besoin.

Flooding Assistance for Nova Scotians Continues

Emergency Management Office

Government remains committed to ensuring that Nova Scotians impacted by the Oct. 10 floods receive the help they need.

Alternate Shower Facilities Available as Provincial Parks Close

Emergency Management Office / Natural Resources (to July 2018)

As provincial parks close this week for winter maintenance, new alternate shower facilities are open for residents whose wells have gone dry.

Pluie abondante prévue

Emergency Management Office

Les Néo-Écossais peuvent s'attendre à de la pluie abondante et des vents forts à compter de ce soir, 21 octobre, se poursuivant dans la journée de samedi.

Storm to Bring Heavy Rain

Emergency Management Office

Nova Scotians can expect heavy rain and strong winds beginning tonight, Oct. 21, and continuing Saturday.

Government Waiving Disaster Financial Assistance Deductible

Emergency Management Office

The province is waiving the $1,000 deductible for people applying to the Disaster Financial Assistance Program as a result of the Oct. 10 storm.

Programme d’aide financière aux sinistrés touchés par les inondations

Premier's Office / Emergency Management Office

Les Néo-Écossais pourront commencer à remplir leur demande d’aide financière aux sinistrés dès aujourd’hui, 16 octobre.

Disaster Financial Assistance Program to Help With Flood Damages

Premier's Office / Emergency Management Office

Nova Scotians will be able to start their applications for disaster financial assistance today, Oct. 16.

On demande aux Néo-Écossais de faire preuve de prudence pendant la tempête

Emergency Management Office

En raison des mauvaises conditions météorologiques continues, on demande aux Néo-Écossais de surveiller les prévisions et d'écouter les directives des autorités locales.

Nova Scotians Urged to Exercise Caution During Storm

Emergency Management Office

Because of ongoing poor weather conditions, Nova Scotians are urged to watch forecasts and listen for instructions from local officials.