Current Wildfire Information



Evacuation Orders, Alerts & Rescinds

Wildfires are impacting some areas of the province. For the most up to date information, please visit your First Nation or local government website linked below:

Evacuee Registration Assistance

The Province is now offering direct payment through Interac® e-Transfers so that evacuees receiving Emergency Support Services can get cash directly into their bank accounts and quickly access the supports they need such as food and clothing.

Registration through the BC Services Card App is required to receive Interac e-Transfers.

Follow these steps:

  1. Download the BC Services Card app from the Apple or Google app stores.
  2. Open the BC Services Card app and follow the instructions.
  3. Under “Services” locate “Evacuee Registration Assistance” and follow the login and registration instructions.

Preparing for Wildfires

Wildfires move fast, so develop a household plan, put together your grab-and-go bag and connect with your neighbours. Learn about the emergency response plan for your area by contacting your Local Authority or First Nation.

For more information on how to prepare for wildfires, visit PreparedBC.

Definitions You Should Know

  • Evacuation Order: You are at risk. Leave the area immediately. Local police or RCMP enforce evacuation orders.
  • Evacuation Alert: Be ready to leave on short notice. If you leave before or during this alert, it’s called a voluntary evacuation.
  • Evacuation Rescind: All is currently safe and you can return home. Stay tuned for other possible evacuation alerts or orders.

Helpful Links & Resources