Follow us on Twitter
Public Safety Canada uses Twitter to share with Canadians the latest information on a variety of topics.
We have three official accounts on Twitter:
- Follow @Safety_Canada to receive news and information about public safety, community events, and partnership announcements.
- Follow @GetCyberSafe for tips and information on how to keep yourself and your family safe online. We also tweet about cyberbullying: how to recognize it and how to help us Stop Hating Online.
- Follow @Get_Prepared to receive information on how to stay safe during emergencies.
Please take some time to familiarize yourself with our Twitter protocols for @Safety_Canada, @Get_Prepared and @GetCyberSafe.
Like us on Facebook
“Like” our Get Cyber Safe Facebook page to learn about keeping yourself and your family cyber safe, and learn about cyberbullying, and how to stop it.
Please read our Facebook protocol to see how we use our channel.
Watch our videos on YouTube
Subscribe to our YouTube channel to learn more about what we and our portfolio colleagues do to keep Canada safe. Videos on this channel are focused on topics related to public safety, cyberbullying, cyber safety, emergency management, cyber and national security, law enforcement, corrections, crime prevention and border security.
Please read our YouTube protocol to see how we use our channel.
Keep current with Web feeds (RSS)
Web feeds can be used in conjunction with tools called News Aggregators or RSS Readers. These tools allow you to automatically receive updates from websites as they happen, eliminating the need to visit and check for new information.
We offer a variety of web feeds in order to bring you the most up-to-date information in a convenient way.
Public Safety Feeds
- Public Safety Canada News
Catch the latest news and activities from the department's main feed.
- Public Safety Canada Publications and Reports
Read the latest publications and reports from the department.
- Listed Terrorist Entities
The listing of an entity is a public means of identifying a group or individual as being associated with terrorism.
Cyber Security and Get Cyber Safe Feeds
- Get Cyber Safe Blog
- Cyber Security Bulletins
The Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre provides updates on cyber security threats for the benefit of IT security professionals.
Get Prepared Feeds
- Get Prepared Safety Tips
Is your family prepared for an emergency? Stay up-to-date with our specially-selected advice!
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