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Emergency Preparedness – Destination BC Storm Response: Travel Restrictions Extended

As parts of British Columbia have been impacted by heavy rain and flooding, drivers are being asked to avoid unnecessary travel given the multiple highway closures.
Check @DriveBC on Twitter for the latest information on delays and road closures.
Destination BC’s Know Before You Go page also includes key information resources for travellers and tourism businesses.

Read more about BC Emergency Tourism Resources here.

This list includes resources from:

  • Destination BC Resources
  • Prepared BC Tourism Resources
  • BC Economic Development Association
  • Insurance Bureau of Canada
  • Drive BC
  • Tran BC
  • River Forcast Centre
  • Enviroment Canada Weather Alerts
  • Avalanche Canada
  • BC Wildfire Service
  • Air Quality
  • Red Cross
  • Adventre Smart
  • Parks and Recreation Sites

View it here.

Destination BC has also updated its Special Edition: Emergency Response to the BC Storm Messaging Guidance document which outlines key messaging, information, and resources for BC’s tourism industry. It includes guidance for Regional and Community/City Destination Marketing Organisations, Sector Associations, and Tourism Businesses. Please refer to the messaging guide for information on how you can support your community, residents, visitors, and each other during this difficult time. Messaging will continue to be updated as the situation evolves. Learn more here.