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Information for employees of Public Safety Canada: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
Last updated: 2021-04-22, 13:00 (EST)
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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.
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 shipping containers or 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.
Latest updates, precautionary measures and travel advice.
Gun violence is on the rise. We all have a role to play in making Canada safer.
As Canada's Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, it is my responsibility to present to Parliament Public Safety Canada’s 2021-22 Departmental Plan (DP).
- Consultation - Economic-based threats to national security (Open)
- Proposed Amendments to the Secure Air Travel Regulations (Closed)
- Targeted Stakeholder Engagement on potential Implementation Models for a Public Safety Broadband Network in Canada (Closed)
- Potential amendments to the Corrections and Conditional Release Regulations to support the proposed amendments in Bill C-83 (Closed)
- Strengthening Canada’s Counter-Proliferation Framework (Closed)
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