Waterton Lakes National Park remains closed to the public. A phased re-entry for Waterton townsite residents has begun. Visit emergency.alberta.ca for details.
Information to keep your family, your home and your community safe.
The necessary items you and your family require until emergency responders can reach you.
Current emergency alerts in the province.
The province-wide radio system helps first-responders, such as police, fire and ambulance, coordinate to improve safety and response times.
Information and tips about abducted children or missing mentally or physically disabled teens or adults.
Residents in areas affected by the southern Alberta wildfires can submit their questions about emergency assistance efforts.
B.C. travel information, air quality warnings, how you can help and how Alberta is helping.
Use these tips to keep yourself and your home safe when cleaning after a flood.
Protect yourself from identity theft and find information on making safe and informed purchases.
Disaster recovery funding for residents, small business, agriculture producers and municipalities.
Government legislation, plans and operations related to disaster and emergency preparedness
Be prepared for when disaster strikes; sign up for alerts and make an emergency plan.
Updates on the Kenow wildfire in Waterton Lakes National Park and areas within the MD of Pincher Creek and Cardston County.
Air, ash, soil and water testing in the Fort McMurray region.
Understand your rights and responsibilities as a tenant or landlord dealing with flood recovery.
Find the information and resources you need as you return and rebuild Fort McMurray and surrounding communities.
Read about the heroes nominated by Albertans during the Wood Buffalo wildfire.
See "Law enforcement and corrections" under "Rights, justice and the law".
Information and resources on the Office of the Fire Commissioner.
How to keep your family and your home and community safe.