BC Government | Financial assistance in a disasterAfter a disaster, the provincial government may declare the event eligible for Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA). Once declared, the DFA program may compensate applicants for essential uninsurable losses.
Flood resources for businesses
Helping employers to prepare for emergenciesUnder the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation — specifically sections 4.13 through 4.16 and Part 32 on emergency preparedness, response, evacuation, and rescue — all employers are expected to plan, prepare, and train their employees for all emergencies.
Small Business BC | BC flood resources for small businessDuring this difficult time, there are several resources available to business owners to help with managing the day-to-day situation, as well as planning for the rebuild.
BC Government | Supports for businesses impacted by disastersSupports for businesses impacted by disasters are available from the federal and provincial governments, community organizations and the private sector.
Local Economic Recovery and Restart ToolkitThe British Columbia Economic Development Association (BCEDA) is pleased to announce the launch of our newest manual as part of the Economic Disaster Recovery and Resiliency Program.
Financial Assistance in a DisasterAfter a disaster, the provincial government may declare the event eligible for Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA). Once declared, the DFA program may compensate applicants for essential uninsurable losses.
Flood Information and Support – Canadian Red CrossDisasters and emergencies can cause significant disruption and add stress to your life. If you experience stress reactions that make it impossible to function normally over a long period of time, seek help.