Environment Canada's programs are organized under four broad lines of business: helping Canadians adapt to their environment; reducing the impact of pollution; conserving biological diversity; and, supporting sustainable development.
Use this section to find out more about some of the services Environment Canada delivers.
Air Quality Health Index
This section provides access to current air quality conditions, forecasts, advisories and maps.
Explore the exhibits and activities presented by the Biosphère to learn about water, climate change and the sustainable development of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence ecosystem.
Canadian Hurricane Centre
This centre specializes in providing Canadians with information on storms of tropical origin that affect Canada and its territorial waters including latest hurricane forecasts, along with a wide range of information related to the science of hurricanes.
Canadian Ice Service
Get the latest information on sea and iceberg conditions as well as weather and marine products.
Environment Canada Library ensures the provision of quality information and a gateway to worldwide information resources to support the department's mandate and programs.
Real-time Water Level and Streamflow Data
Provides public access to real-time hydrometric (water level and streamflow) data collected at over 1700 locations in Canada.
Environment Canada provides weather forecasts and warnings 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help protect the safety and security of Canadians and their property.
This is a telephone consultation service that allows people to consult Environment Canada weather professionals at 1-900-565-5555.
Weatheradio Canada is a nationwide network of radio stations broadcasting weather and environmental information 24 hours a day in both official languages directly from Environment Canada's storm prediction centres.
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