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Emergency Preparedness

   

For those British Columbians who have physical, medical, sensory or cognitive disabilities, planning and preparing for emergencies and natural disasters can present additional challenges. Similar challenges may also apply to elderly people and populations that have specific needs.  Similar challenges may also apply to elderly people and populations that have specific needs. Reaching out to those in your lives who may need extra assistance - whether they are family, friends or neighbours - will go a long way in helping them plan for an emergency - PreparedBC

South Island

72 hours. Is Your Family Prepared?

A Guide to Emergency Preparedness in the Capital Region - 2018

CRD Emergency Preparedness for Pets

Emergency Management BC - Tsunami Smart Manual

Federal Emergency Preparedness - Public Safety Canada

PreparedBC - Provincial Emergency Preparedness

PreparedBC - Household Emergency Plan

People with Additional Preparedness Needs

Central Upper Island
Southern Gulf Islands
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