BC Flooding: How to Help


The 2013 floods in Alberta took over a large part of the city I call home and displaced many of my friends and family. Hearing of the flooding in British Columbia leaves me with a very heavy heart and I hope you are all staying safe out there.


I’ve put together some resources to help ensure you’re prepared if in an at-risk area or if you are looking to provide support and help a neighbour in need.

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Online Resources for Flood Preparedness


What to do:


Alert Ready Wireless Public Alerting

Check if you have a WPA-compatible device and keep your eyes and ears open for the Emergency Alert System


Don’t have a compatible device? Download The Weather Network mobile app and turn on notifications for your area.


How you can help

  • Donate online to the Canadian Red Cross BC Floods Appeal
  • Text FLOODS to 30333 to donate $10 to the Canadian Red Cross

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Be safe!

You can find many more resources on the internet for flood preparedness and relief efforts and we will do our best to update this post with any changes.


Most importantly, stay connected, stay safe, and look out for one another.




Have more tips? Share them in a comment below and we will keep our resource list updated.