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The GOC provides an all-hazards integrated federal emergency response to events of national interest.
CAF response to floods, forest fires and natural disasters in Canada.
Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) partners with First Nations communities during emergencies.
If you have been evacuated from your community and need to refill or replace items that were covered by the NIHB Program, or you need to access other services covered under NIHB, we can help.
For First Nations evacuees who do not have their status card with them.
Indigenous Services Canada's Emergency Management Assistance Program (EMAP) helps communities on reserve access emergency assistance services.
The CWFIS creates daily fire weather and fire behavior maps year-round and hot spot maps throughout the forest fire season.
Get the latest weather and detailed forecasts for locations across Canada.
Download WeatherCAN, Environment and Climate Change Canada’s new mobile app.
Wildfire produces dense smoke that can be a major source of toxic air pollutants. Learn how to protect yourself.
Affected workers are encouraged to apply for benefits online.
How municipal, provincial/territorial and the federal government responds to emergency events.
Wildfires are a natural hazard in any forested and grassland region in Canada. Learn what do before and during a wildfire.
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