Storm Response

If you have experienced damage due to Hurricane Fiona and are considering the Provincial Disaster Financial Assistance Program, please use the self-assessment tool to determine your eligibility.
Islanders who need help cutting fallen trees on their property or moving large debris curbside because it is a safety hazard can request Fiona clean-up assistance.
Visit the Hurricane Fiona School Status to see what alert level your school is in (green, yellow or red)

The PEI Emergency Measures Organization is working closely across government departments, communities and partner agencies to coordinate disaster recovery efforts. Here, you will find helpful contacts and information to help you stay safe and informed during large weather events.

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Government Services Impacted by Hurricane Fiona

Programs and Supports


Hurricane Fiona News Releases

Be Safe

Residents can report Fiona-related damage online

Residents of the Island who experienced damage caused by Hurricane Fiona, and are considering the Provincial Disaster Financial Assistance Program can now use the self-assessment tool to determine eligibility.

PEI Emergency Measures Organization

Get your information from reliable sources

Listen to radio stations for updates:

  • CBC Radio (96.1, 104.7)
  • MBS Radio (CFCY 95.1, Q93, Spud 102)
  • Stingray Radio (Ocean 100, Hot 105.5)
  • Radio-Canada 88.1
Published date: 
October 2, 2022
Justice and Public Safety

General Inquiries

Public Safety Division
PO Box 911
Charlottetown, PE   C1A 7L9

General Inquiries:
Phone: 902-894-0385
Toll-free: 1-877-894-0385
Fax: 902-368-6362

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