Flooding in Canada

Communities in Central, Eastern and Western Canada are experiencing floods due to heavy rainfall. The Government of Canada is supporting provincial governments in responding and is monitoring the national flood situation closely as it evolves.

Find updates on the Government of Canada's response to overland flooding situations in Canada. Learn how to stay safe during and after a flood.

Responding to a flood

Flood facts, what to do, and provincial, territorial and federal information

Federal support to flooding

Quick facts on federal support to communities and the status of flooding incidents

Weather, climate and hazards

Current conditions, forecasts, historical data, alerts, climate change, natural hazards

Canadian Armed Forces

Find updates about Operation LENTUS, the Canadian Armed Forces response to natural disasters in Canada, including current flooding situations

Flooding in First Nation communities

Seasonal flooding can put First Nation communities at risk

Service Canada

Canadian workers who have lost their jobs due to their workplace being affected by flooding are encouraged to apply for Employment Insurance benefits

Flying your drone safely and legally

Residents urged to avoid flying drones over recent flood zones without permission. Rules and guidelines on flying a drone safely and legally.

Information for federal employees

Updates from the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat regarding flooding

Ottawa-Gatineau area federal bridges

Important public notices related to Ottawa-Gatineau area federal bridges

Canadian Armed Forces Image Gallery



Get prepared for any kind of emergency. Know the risks, make a plan, and get an emergency kit


Flood Ready, a national public awareness campaign about reducing the impacts of overland flooding

Canadian Red Cross

Donate to the Spring Floods Appeal

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