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Emergency Services


Emergencies and disasters can strike at anytime, anywhere, including in your community. Local authorities and emergency services will react as quickly as they can, but it is up to you, the individual, to do your part to ensure you are prepared.   

Home Emergency Supplies 

All households should have at least 14 days of emergency supplies on hand in the event you are unable to leave your home. It is important to note that you can build these kits slowly throughout the year, and as you can afford them. Review this list every six months and replace any items that have been used or have expired. 

home emergency supplies fact sheet

For more information on how to be prepared for an emergency, visit the Province of Manitoba's website: 

Prepare/Aware Manitoba EMO


Fire Chief: Graham Tapley (204)903-7899

Fire Chief: Matt Dayholos (204)841-0134 

Fire Chief: Lorne Hunt (204)385-2561

Call 911 for Emergencies

Address: 24 Mill Street

Health Clinic Phone: (204)385-2078

The Seven Regions Health Centre Hospital in Gladstone is an accredited 14-bed acute care facility. The Health Centre provides the following in-house services/programs: Dental Diagnostics Lab & Imaging Dietary Medical Meals-on-Wheels Nurses Residence Occupational Therapy Palliative Care Pediatrics Physiotherapy Respite Care Social Work Beltone Hearing Clinic Volunteers Website:

For Flu information, please contact Manitoba Health Website at For more information on influenza and self-care, contact Health Links - Info Sante at 1-204-788-8200 or 1-888-315-9257.

Address: 24 Mill Street

Phone: (204)385-2968

Fax: (204)385-3663


Home Care: (204)385-3050

Seven Regions Palliative Care: (204)385-2272
We are a group of dedicated, trained volunteers, who will offer emotional support, comfort, and practical assistance to individuals and families living with a life-threatening or terminal illness. Referrals to this program may come from individuals, hospitals, health care professionals, families and friends. We also offer grief support groups. Funding is through charitable donations and In Memoriams, and tax receipts are available. For more information, please call Leah Hamm, Coordinator of Volunteers, at 204.872.3866.

Address: 175 Dennis Street West
Phone: (204)385-2474.

Third Crossing Manor Personal Care Home is a 50-bed facility which provides 24-hour nursing care to those individuals who can no longer safely live independently. The Manor also offers assorted Community Outreach Programs.

Address: 25 Dennis St W
Phone: (204)385-2051

Licensed pharmacists, lotteries, liquor, 1 hour photo

Joel Martin
Cell: (204)870-2603
Office: (204)239-3740