Canada-United States Cooperation on Critical Infrastructure
The movement of people and goods between Canada and the United States, together with the organizations and processes that facilitate this border traffic, collectively represent an integral part of our cross-border critical infrastructure.
Building on a longstanding tradition of emergency management and national security cooperation, Canada and the United States have undertaken initiatives to promote a more integrated approach to critical infrastructure resilience, including the movement of people and goods across the border during and following an emergency.
You will find key documents on Canada-United States cooperation on critical infrastructure through the following links:
- United States-Canada Electric Grid Strategy
- Joint Canada-United States Electric Grid Security and Resilience Strategy (PDF)
- Canadian Action Plan (PDF)
- Canada-United States Agreement on Emergency Management Cooperation
- Canada-United States Action Plan for Critical Infrastructure
- Canada-United States Framework for the Movement of People and Goods During and Following an Emergency
- Considerations for United States - Canada Border Traffic Disruption Management
- Compendium of U.S. - Canada Emergency Management Assistance Mechanisms
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