National Impaired Driving Prevention Week - March 17 – 23, 2019
Everyone has a role to play to ensure safety on Canada’s roads and waterways. Here you will find information to help you drive safely. #idrivealert
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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 criminals.
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.
Drugs affect your ability to react and increase the chance of a crash.
Floods are among the most frequent and costly natural disasters in Canada. Take steps to protect your property.
Encourages Canadians to be prepared for emergencies and natural disasters.
Cannabis became legal for adults in Canada on October 17, 2018. Get the facts.
Join the #FloodReady Spring Edition Challenge for your chance to win weekly prizes!
March 21, 2019, Calgary (Alberta)
Virtually everything Canadians do is touched by technology in some way – on a per capita basis, we spend the most time online of any country in the world, at 43.5 hours per Canadian per month.
- Share your thoughts: Strengthening Canada’s Counter-Proliferation Framework (Open)
- Targeted Stakeholder Engagement on potential Implementation Models for a Public Safety Broadband Network in Canada (Open)
- Reducing violent crime: A dialogue on handguns and assault weapons (Closed)
- Proposed Amendments to the Secure Air Travel Regulations (Closed)
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