The municipality has prepared a municipal emergency response plan which will serve as a guide during an emergency response. Municipal employees have also been trained to respond effectively to emergencies. For more information about the Village of Saint-Antoine’s municipal emergency response plan, please consult l’arrêté établissant un plan de mesures d’urgence dans le village de Saint-Antoine (only available in French).
In order to deal with an emergency situation, it is recommended that you have a kit that will allow you to be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours: 72-hour Emergency list.
Emergency Measures OrganizationRoger Pitre
Regional Emergency Management Coordinator
Region (6) –Richibucto
(506) 521-5328 or (506) 453-2133
ResourcesEmergency Measures Organization- NB: 1-800-561-4034
Tele-Care - 8-1-1
Road Conditions: 5-1-1 or 1-800-561-4063
Environmental Emergency - 1-800-565-1633
Disaster Financial Assistance - 1-888-298-8555
Public Safety Canada: 1-800-830-3118
Canadian Red Cross: 1-800-418-1111
Get Prepared Canada - 1-800-622-6232
Environment Canada - Meteorological Service
The Kent Services mobile app downloadable from Apple and Android devices includes emergency measures. In times of crisis, the Kent Regional Service Commission will send up-to-date information to citizens.
Power OutagesTo report a power outage or for any other power issue, please contact NB Power at 1-800-663-6272.
See the Power Outages section to find out what to do before, during and after a power outage.
FloodThere is a higher risk of flooding when the ground is frozen and during heavy rainfall.
Consult the Flood Ready section or the Flood Recovery document to prepare your property and protect yourself in the event of flooding.
If you are the victim of flood, contact your local insurance provider to make a claim, not the municipality. For all questions related to insurance in general, contact the Insurance Bureau of Canada.
To report flooding on a street to the municipality, call (506) 525-4020.