Fire Department Services

Fire Department Services

GP 911 Services

Dialing 911 on your telephone is the fastest way to get help for yourself or someone else in an emergency.

Only call 9-1-1 for emergencies.


  • An event that involves an immediate threat to a person or property. Can include screams, attacks, gunshots, fires, car accidents with injuries, or any other medical emergency.
  • A substantive, in-progress crime. This includes fights, break and enters (if a suspect is on scene), or a report of an impaired driver.
  • A serious crime that has just occurred (e.g., sexual assault or robbery).
  • A suspicious circumstance that may indicate an imminent criminal act (e.g., prowler, vandal).

Non Emergencies:

 (Contact your local RCMP detachment)

  • Reporting a crime with no suspect (e.g., theft of a license plate).
  • Reporting a crime with a suspect, but the suspect is not on the scene (e.g., stolen vehicle, fraud).
  • Reporting a serious crime with a suspect, but with a lengthy delay (e.g., assault that occurred last night at a bar).
  • Non-emergency in progress (e.g., noisy party, drug use).
  • On-going crime issues or crimes that are not in progress (e.g., graffiti or ongoing drug dealing with no suspect on the scene).
  • A suspicious circumstance that may indicate an ongoing criminal activity (e.g., marijuana grow operation).

Other Emergency Services