With a little preparation, you can be ready for anything. Understand the risks in your area, create a household emergency plan and build an emergency kit.
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Safety and security of Canadians both at home and abroad.
Helping Canadians and their communities protect themselves from emergencies and disasters.
Federal policy leadership, coordination and program support related to crime prevention, law enforcement, and the rehabilitation of offenders.
Promoting the safety and economic well-being of Canadians through supporting secure and efficient management of Canada's borders.
Driving impaired is illegal. Learn about the types, risks, laws and enforcement.
Helping federal institutions build resiliency by providing guidance on business continuity management.
Online predators use kid-friendly apps to meet and exploit children. And it happens in Canada more than you think. Learn how to protect your kids.
Get information and tips on what to do if this issue affects you or someone you care about.
Many Canadians misunderstand human trafficking. It doesn’t have to involve crossing borders; it’s happening in communities across Canada.
A CTN prevents delays at the airport for travellers who have the same, or similar, name as someone on the Secure Air Travel Act (SATA) list.
Government of Canada emergency response, support, and recovery measures.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection mobile app can expedite the travel process. Learn how to make your travel experience faster and easier.
Public Safety Canada's 2024 to 2025 Departmental Plan details the Department's planned performance and narrative results, and planned resources in support of a safe and secure Canada for the 2024 to 2025 fiscal year. The Department's plans are represented under its three Core Responsibilities: National Security, Community Safety, and Emergency Management, as well as its Internal Services.
- Public Safety Canada's 2024 to 2025 Departmental Plan
- Public Safety Canada Quarterly Financial Report for the quarter ended December 31, 2023
- Advancing the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Emergency Management Strategy: Areas for Action
- Canada Centre 2023 Conference on Countering Radicalization to Violence: What to Measure, How to Prevent
- Share your thoughts: Targeted engagement on advancing a pan-Canadian civilian response capacity (Open)
- Invitation to participate in a flood awareness consultative engagement (Open)
- Consulting with Canadians on Countering Foreign Interference (Closed)
- Engagement to review Public Safety's Evaluation Process (Closed)
- Targeted Engagement on National Risk Profile (Open)
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