There are 25 locations designated as disaster support hubs in the city of Vancouver. For more information, watch this video and visit City of Vancouver website.
BC government Tsunamis preparedness webpage The government of British Columbia has prepared a guide to protecting your family. This guide is available in pdf form here: 2015_earthquake_tsunami_smartmanual_v07
Tim Beale created a PowerPoint presentation for DEEP. His slides are available in pdf form here: Earthquake Hazard Identification & Risk Analysis & How to be Prepared
John Halldorson has created a checklist to help you collect items for your home emergency kit.
Read more about earthquake preparedness strategy from the City of Vancouver website.
Watch two videos about how to prepare your household for an emergency. Areas to think about include: financial records, shelter needs, food, water, sanitation, medical supplies and communications.
The information given below was provided by Earthquake Country Alliance. During an earthquake… If you are inside, stay inside. DO NOT run outside or to other rooms during shaking. DROP down onto your hands and knees (before the earthquake knocks you down). This position protects ...
For more information, visit: BC government Earthquake Road Safety webpage
Want to learn more about how to prepare yourself, your family, and your pets for an emergency? Sign up for a free City of Vancouver emergency planning workshop. In the workshops, you will learn to prepare for, respond to, and recover ...