Emergency Preparedness for Farm Animals - The Government of Canada

A guide aimed at Canadian farmers explaining the steps that should be taken to ensure farm animals, livestock, and poultry are protected during an emergency.

Emergency Video Series and Fact Sheets - Farm and Food Care

These emergency resource videos and fact sheets provide information for first responders to use when dealing with loose livestock or barn fire situations. The video series takes a look at the basics of handling farm animals in a calm manner, how to deal with loose livestock, tips for responding to accidents involving farm animals, and priorities in dealing with a livestock emergency. The fact sheets contain information for first responders who are dealing with barn fires or motor vehicle accidents involving farm animals.

Weather Reports - Environment Canada, Smog Alerts - Air quality Ontario, Humidex - Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW).

Power Outages - What to do? - Public Safety Canada

You can greatly lessen the impact of a power outage by taking the time to prepare in advance. This involves three basic steps: find out what to do before, during, and after a power outage; make a family emergency plan, so that everyone knows what to do, and where to go in case of an emergency; get an emergency kit, so that you and your family can be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours during a power outage.