During and following any emergency, it's important to monitor radio, television and online media for up-to-date information and instructions from local authorities.
Additional sources for information are also available to stay informed.
- Niagara Regional Police Services
- Niagara Region
- 211 is free to call, multilingual, confidential and available 24/7. In addition to connecting citizens with services, 211 provides residents with information on emergencies occurring within the community. If you have questions about an emergency call 2-1-1.
- Ontario 511 provides road closures, conditions and construction information through an interactive map on their website or by dialling 5-1-1
- Environment Canada is the official source for weather watches, warnings and alerts for Ontario
- Alert Ready provides wireless emergency alerts on compatible devices.
- Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority issues flood information, warnings and status for Niagara
Radio and Television
Receiving information during an emergency is crucial. Electricity may not be available, and you may not be able to access the internet or other services. Therefore, it is important to have a battery-operated AM/FM radio available in your emergency kit.
Local radio stations include:
- CKTB 610 AM
- EZ Rock 105.7
- Giant FM 91.7
- 97.7 HTZ FM
- 105.1 Ed FM
Local television stations include:
- CHCH TV