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Our security, our rights: PS4-202/2016E-PDF ; PS4-203/2016E-PDF
national security green paper, 2016.
"The Government urges Canadians to use this consultation process to be active partners in revamping our national security framework. We want policies that are more informed and better reflect the nature of the country we share. Counter-terrorism efforts represent a complex and deeply charged area of public policy. People have strong perspectives and clear opinions, as they should on matters of such importance. Each of the following chapters briefly outlines the issues at hand and gives a sense of the relevant challenges. Other documents available online – including an expanded background document – provide more detailed, technical information on issues."--Intro., p. 5.
|Department/Agency||Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada. Department of Justice.|
|Title||Our security, our rights|
|Subtitle||national security green paper, 2016.|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Notre sécurité, nos droits : livre vert sur la sécurité nationale de 2016. Includes background document. "This green paper is intended to prompt discussion and debate about Canada's national security framework, which will inform policy changes that will be made following the consultation process."|
|Number of Pages||21, 73 p.|
|Subject Terms||National security, Consultations|
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