Alberta Emergency Alert - Wildfire Alert Updated

Critical: Wildfire (Updated Jun 17, 2019 at 10:58 PM)

Critical: Wildfire

Updated Jun 17, 2019 at 10:58 PM

Source: Alberta Emergency Management Agency On Behalf of Mackenzie County

Issued: Jun 17, 2019 at 10:58 PM


Description: Alberta Emergency Alert - Wildfire Alert Updated

Everyone located in the Rocky Lane and High Level area north of the Peace River, west of Range Rd. 150, south of Highway 58, south and southeast of High Level including the Dene Tha’ First Nation’s Bushe River and Beaver First Nation’s Child Lake reserve & Boyer River reserve must evacuate immediately. Do not stay in an evacuated area. Everyone should use Highway 58 to evacuate this area.

All Mackenzie County evacuees are required to register at the Fort Vermilion Mackenzie County Office at 4511 – 46 Ave. Fort Vermilion, or register by calling 780-927-3718. All Bushe River evacuees must register at the Four Chiefs Complex in Bushe River. We encourage you to take your RV or holiday trailer. If you require parking for your RV or holiday trailer, contact the Reception Centre. Go to the following websites for more information and maps regarding these areas. More information is also available at for Mackenzie County residents. Dene Tha First Nation for more information. Beaver First Nation: For additional information follow our Facebook page or Contact Chief Trevor Mercredi – 780-247-0851 Director of Emergency Management - Riel Chonkolay 780-247-4444 Deputy Director of Emergency Management – Daphne Lizotte 780-247-0010 Check for more information on road conditions.

Action to take:

  • Everyone in the described area above must evacuate immediately and use Highway 58 to leave the area
  • Do not stay in an evacuated area
  • Persons evacuating this area should take their medication, blankets, sleeping bags, personal identification and documents if possible
  • All evacuees must register with their communities
  • Go to your community Facebook Page and listen to local media for more details.

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