Emergency Information

The Town of Shaunavon is fortunate to have the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Shaunavon Hospital and Care Centre, ambulance services as well as a volunteer fire department  located  within the community.

View the Shaunavon & District Emergency Plan


The local RCMP detachment currently has 5 members covering an area of 7000 square kilometers.
Phone: (306)297-5550

Phone: (306)297-2644

Shaunavon's volunteer fire department  provides emergency service any time of the day or night.  There are currently 17 volunteers on the department.  For more information regarding our volunteer fire department please contact Merrick Goldstein at (306)297-2605.

Controlled Burns: 1-866-404-4911

Phone: 1-800-454.1212

Phone: 1-800-222-8477


Sask Alert

The Weather Network is Canada’s weather expert and is your source for public safety alerts and weather related warnings. The Weather Network broadcasts and distributes public safety alerts and weather warnings issued by government authorities at the federal, provincial and municipal level and keeps you aware of weather and safety concerns so that you can take the appropriate precautions to protect yourself, your family and your property.

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How to Access public safety and weather alerts from The Weather Network:

On Television

Public Safety Alerts and weather warnings for events which pose an imminent threat to life or property will be available on the television service of The Weather Network.

The Weather Network is available on cable and satellite services across the province of Saskatchewan providing in-depth weather analysis, accurate weather forecasts, weather watches and warnings, and seasonal weather-related reports like a Ski, Pollen, and UV report.

On The Web

When a weather warning or public safety alert is issued it will appear at the top of the home page and any active alerts are also available at theweathernetwork.com/alerts. When visiting the city page for a location affected by a public safety alert or weather warning, details will appear at the top of the page. For certain alerts of high concern that pose a risk to personal safety, the city page background will appear red.

theweathernetwork.com is constantly updated with the latest weather news. The site provides weather information for thousands of Canadian locations, as well as hosting PointCastTM, an exclusive forecast providing weather information as close as 1km of any given location. With over 60,000 forecasts an hour, theweathernetwork.com is the most local and accurate weather website fulfilling all of your forecast needs.

Mobile Apps

Current public safety alerts or weather warnings for applicable locations will appear below the current conditions in a red banner.

You can select up to 10 locations and have quick access to any active public safety alerts for your home, office, school, cottage etc.

Take The Weather Network with you and keep the forecast at your fingertips. The Weather Network application is available on iOS, Android and BlackBerry smartphones and tablets, and will keep you up-to-date when the conditions change or alerts have been issued.

Mobile Web

When visiting theweathernetwork.com from a smart phone, any active weather or public safety alerts are available under the ‘weather’ tab at the bottom of the page for your saved locations.

The Weather Network Apps can be downloaded at www.theweathernetwork.com/weatherapps/

RSS Feed

RSS feeds are available for any city we have available on The Weather Network website. All you need to do is navigate to the city page you wish to add to your RSS reader, scroll to the bottom of the page and either click the icon for your RSS reader or add the RSS XML file according to the instructions for your particular reader.


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Facebook & Twitter

The Weather Network is active on social media and often provides active weather alerts and public safety announcements on Facebook and Twitter.

These feeds should be considered a supplemental source for urgent public safety and weather alerts, as they are not monitored 24 hours a day.