Provincial state of emergency extended until January 11

December 29, 2021

With multiple highways still damaged by flooding and mudslides, the Province is extending the provincial state of emergency.

Given the continued need for public safety measures under the Emergency Program Act and ongoing work to repair damaged highways, the provincial state of emergency is being extended until the end of the day on Jan. 11, 2022.

Read the B.C. Government's news release to learn more.

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During these extreme weather events, please remember:

  • If you receive an evacuation alert: be ready to leave on short notice.
  • If you receive an evacuation order: you are at risk and need to leave the area immediately.
  • Check road conditions before you travel, and if you don't need to travel, stay at home.

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