Watch this video to learn about the changes to the impaired driving laws in B.C. including drivers' rights when pulled over and penalties that may be imposed on impaired drivers.
Victims of crime experience a wide array of emotions and are often unsure of who to turn to for help. Use the following resources to get support.
If you see a wildfire, please report it to us immediately:
1-888-663-5555 or *5555 tollfree on most cellular networks
Keeping B.C. communities and residents safe is important. Learn about fire safety, police services, crime prevention, food safety and more.
B.C.'s forests and wild lands cover nearly a million square kilometres, and are the most diverse in Canada. Confronted by an average of 2,000 wildfires each year, highly-trained fire crews are successful in containing 92% of all wildfires in B.C. within the first 24 hours of discovery.
Flooding poses a serious risk to public health and safety. Whether you’re a representative from local government, a diking authority or a member of the public, use these policies and guidelines to help manage potential flood impacts.