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Alberta Emergency Management Agency


The Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) leads the coordination, collaboration and co-operation of all organizations involved in the prevention, preparedness and response to disasters and emergencies.


Bill 8, Emergency Management Amendment Act Engagement

Thank you for taking the time to attend the engagement sessions and submit a discussion guide to provide your input on the Emergency Management Amendment Act, 2018, and the proposed Local Authority Emergency Management Regulation.

The deadline for submitting a discussion guide was July 3, 2018.

Your feedback, concerns, and comments will inform the next stages of the emergency management legislative framework review.

If you have any questions, please send them to

Wireless Alerting

There are many things that can help to save a life. A life-preserver. A first aid kit. A fire extinguisher. As of April 2018, we’ll add another item to this list: a mobile phone. Wireless Public Alerting fact sheet.

Learn more about the Wireless Public Alerting System

If an emergency happens in your community, it may take emergency workers some time to reach you or you may need to evacuate quickly. Personal Preparedness is everyone’s responsibility.  Are you ready? Find out!

Take the new Personal Preparedness Program

And find more resources in our Be Prepared section