Knowing which hazards you need to plan for is the first step to getting prepared.
Use this hazard map to see what could occur near you.
Snuneymuxw First Nation works closely with the government of British Columbia to be prepared for emergencies in four ways:
This may also include emergency management for local communities:
An emergency plan says how you and your household will respond to a disaster. Knowing what to do will reduce anxiety and help keep you focused and safe.
Complete the fill-in-the-blanks emergency plan. It records important information you'll need to stay safe. It will also help you find out how to contact others if you get separated.
This guide will help you prepare your household, protect your property and know what to do if a flood occurs.
This guide will help you prepare your household and know what to do if an Extreme Heat Emergency occurs.
A must-read for anyone on B.C.’s coast, where earthquakes and tsunamis are a real risk. This guide explains what to do before, during and after these events.
Learn how to identify hazards, make an emergency plan, and build an emergency kit.
In the event of an emergency, Snuneymuxw First Nation may be able to support you in your recovery. When there is an emergency we will be proactive in sharing event-specific resources and information here. Stay tuned.