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The latest edition of E-Comm's quarterly newsletter,
e-communiqué, is now available! Read about how the federal radio spectrum allocation is great news for public safety, details on the expansion of T9-1-1 service in B.C., YVR's emergency response exercise and more. Open
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Text with 9-1-1 is a specialized texting service available for people who are Deaf, Deaf-Blind, Hard-of-Hearing or Speech Impaired that allows registered users to communicate with 9-1-1 call-takers via text. Learn more about how to register, how the service works and what to expect if you need to contact 9-1-1. A step-by-step video is available in American Sign Language.
The culprits in your purse and pockets cause hundreds of accidental 9-1-1 calls every day. Please help us prevent these calls – you can start by watching our 9-1-1 culprits video:
Click here to learn more about our public education campaigns and to view our "Don't let
non-emergencies compete with real ones" video.