Publications and Reports

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Compendium of U.S. - Canada Emergency Management Assistance Mechanisms The Compendium of U.S.-Canada Emergency Management Assistance Mechanisms has been revised. The first edition was published in 2012.  2016-12-01
Fundamentals of Cyber Security for Canada's CI Community This document offers action-oriented guidance and mitigation measures to raise awareness and begin working towards achieving a minimum baseline level of cyber security; however, it is not a definitive guide on all aspects of cyber security. 2016-06-24
Forging a Common Understanding for Critical Infrastructure The following narrative represents the shared views of the Critical 5 member nations (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States) with the objective to provide a high-level overview of the meaning and importance of critical infrastructure.Footnote 2016-02-19
Role of Critical Infrastructure in National Prosperity The following narrative represents the shared views of the Critical 5 member nations (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States) to provide a strategic overview of the relationship between critical infrastructure and national prosperity. 2016-02-19
Plan for the Movement of People and Goods During and Following an Emergency Canada's security and economy is dependent on effective joint border management. The impacts during and following an emergency could be widespread, causing significant and measurable disruptions (for example, border congestion, restrictions or closures) to the normal cross-border movement of people and goods at Canada and United States (US) ports of entry. 2014-10-20
Action Plan for Critical Infrastructure (2014-2017) The National Strategy for Critical Infrastructure and the supporting Action Plan for Critical Infrastructure were announced on May 28, 2010. Together, they established a collaborative federal, provincial, territorial and critical infrastructure sector approach to strengthening critical infrastructure resilience. 2014-03-07
Archived - Compendium of U.S. - Canada Emergency Management Assistance Mechanisms This agreement provides a framework for the U.S. and Canada to cooperate in planning for and responding to natural and man-made incidents, emergencies, and disasters.  2012-06-01
Considerations for United States - Canada Border Traffic Disruption Management 2012 This document provides a planning framework for border traffic disruptions management which requires the involvement and coordination of multiple agencies, organizations, and entities. 2012-05-14
National Strategy for Critical Infrastructure The purpose of the National Strategy for Critical Infrastructure (the Strategy) is to strengthen the resiliency of critical infrastructure in Canada. The Strategy works toward this goal by setting the direction for enhancing the resiliency of critical infrastructure against current and emerging hazards. 2011-11-10
Action Plan for Critical Infrastructure This Plan sets out action items in the areas of partnerships, risk management and information sharing. 2011-11-10
Canada-United States Action Plan for Critical Infrastructure The purpose of the Canada-U.S. Action Plan is to strengthen the safety, security and resiliency of Canada and the United States by establishing a comprehensive cross-border approach to critical infrastructure resilience. Pressures to take action and advance an integrated approach to critical infrastructure are mounting. 2010-07-09
Risk Management Guide for Critical Infrastructure Sectors Recognizing that the impacts of disruptions can cascade across sectors and jurisdictions, the purpose of this document is to provide practical guidance for implementing a coordinated, all-hazards approach to critical infrastructure risk management. 2010-07-01
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