Wildfires in British Columbia
Keep up-to-date about the Government of Canada's response to wildfires in British Columbia.
Learn about Operation LENTUS 17-04, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) response to the wildfires in British Columbia.
Explore forest fire maps and learn about forest fire behaviour, forest fire management, and tools to identify current fire locations and forest fire danger levels across Canada.
Find the latest local air quality forecasts and information.
Keep up-to-date on the provincial wildfire situation.
The Red Cross is supporting the province of British Columbia and local authorities in providing assistance to those affected by the wildfires. All evacuees are encouraged to register with the Red Cross online or by phone.
Find most recent RCMP news and updates related to the wildfires in British Columbia.
Service Canada is providing those affected by the wildfires in British Columbia with access to government services, including Employment Insurance.
Flying an unmanned air vehicle (UAV, or drone) in a forest fire or wildfire zone is illegal, extremely hazardous, and can interfere with firefighting aircraft and other emergency personnel. People who attempt to fly drones in these areas can face fines of up to $25,000 and/or jail. Learn about the rules and guidelines for flying a drone safely and legally.
Get prepared for any kind of emergency. Know the risks, make a plan, and get an emergency kit.
This service, coordinated by the Public Health Agency of Canada, provides evacuation reception centres with emergency supplies to help municipal, provincial and territorial efforts.
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) is deeply concerned when wildfire threatens communities and is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of First Nation communities.
Shared Services Canada's (SSC) role during an emergency situation is to provide support for the information technology (IT) infrastructure used by federal organizations to respond quickly to crises and deliver services to Canadians.
The Honourable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, made the following statement about the wildfire situation in British Columbia.
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