Securing an open society : Canada's national security policy : CP22-77/2004E-PDF
This policy articulates national security interests and proposes a framework for addressing threats to Canadians. It addresses three core national security interests: protecting Canada and Canadians at home and abroad; ensuring Canada is not a base for threats to our allies; and contributing to international security. The policy contains measures to build a more integrated security system, as well as measures in six key areas: intelligence; emergency planning and management; public health emergencies; transportation security; border security; and international security.
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|Title||Securing an open society : Canada's national security policy|
|Other language editions||[French]|
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|Other formats||Paper-[English | French]|
|Publishing information||Ottawa - Ontario : Privy Council Office 2004.|
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