Please download this PDF and post it in your, home, work place, and school. To learn more about the 2016 Great British Columbia ShakeOut follow @ShakeOutBC on Twitter.
Don’t forget to sign up and join CECA an thousands of others as we practice Drop Cover & Hold On on October 20, 2016
If you are enjoying Canada’s outdoors this summer please do you part to preserve our forests, properties, and lives. If you see a forest fire please call: 1-800-663-5555, Cellular *5555, or 911. Be ready to share as much information as needed to assist in the initial assessment of the fire. Your assistance will help emergency management personnel determine the best course of action in managing the fire.
Before you head out, please be sure to check the campfire regulations in your area. Stay informed by calling: 1-888-3-FOREST for up to date information. Please read the Stoves & Campfires PDF for information on outdoor fires, and be sure you understand the regulations. Remember: The Wildfire Act applies to all Public & Private lands in BC.
Please follow https://twitter.com/EmergencyInfoBC on Twitter for updates on all emergencies in British Columbia
Please visit http://bcwildfire.ca/hprScripts/WildfireNews/Fires.asp for information on forest fires in British Columbia.
Thank you for doing your part.
Matthew Lewis – VA7MJL firstname.lastname@example.org
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