Be prepared to take care of yourself until help arrive
An emergency plan and kit for people with disabilities / special needs and for caregivers.
Most power outages will be over almost as soon as they begin, but some can last much longer — up to days or even weeks.
Three Steps to 72 hours of preparedness in the event of a natural disaster
Floods are the most frequent natural hazards in Canada, and the most costly in terms of property damage. Floods can occur in any region, in the countryside or in cities.
Approximately 5,000 earthquakes are recorded in Canada each year, most of them small ones.
This form will help you create your home emergency plan.
Thunderstorms, hail, blizzards, ice storms, hurricanes, storm surges, tornadoes and heavy rain can develop quickly and threaten life and property.
Do you know how to protect your farm animals from risks posed by natural disasters, including collapsed barns, freezing weather, flooding, dehydration, and electrocution?