Nothing is more important than the safety of our customers and communities. That’s why we’ve created a Community Emergency Support page that provides information on preparing for an emergency event or evacuation and links to local relief efforts, emergency care, and animal shelters in affected areas.
2023 Wildfire Information and Links - Yellowhead County (yhcounty.ca)-Wildfire Info and Links
Walk in clinics:
Lac La Biche County:
Lac La Biche County - Home- Updates on Fire ratings
Wildfire Resources | Alberta Health Services- Information on returning home after a wildfire, mental health resources and other news releases
Associated Medical Clinic (Lac La Biche)
10017 - 101 Avenue
Lac La Biche
Monday - Friday
Must call in at 8:30a.m. to book
an appointment for that day.
Has some great info such as evacuation orders, emergency news, checklists (i.e. evacuation alert check list, before going back home check list), community resources such as emergency support services (food, lodging etc.)
There are no walk-in clinics in Peace River. The residents of Peace River instead simply head to the 24/7 emergency department or they can go to Grimshaw Hospital which is 20 mins from Peace River.
**Emergency department closed from 9pm-9am until 9am, Aug 31st
*They send food and supplies to evacuees on a case by case basis
Dawson Creek ESS Reception Centre – May 17 | City of Dawson Creek - this website has some great content on Evacuation notices, Emergency kits, you can sign up for alters or volunteer to help
Fort St. John:
Wildfire info, emergency support services, volunteer form if people would like to volunteer to help etc.