Business Continuity Planning Resources and Checklists


The information and links provided below are aids to help businesses maintain services in the event of a pandemic influenza or any other emergency.

They are for general information purposes only and are not intended to cover every situation that may apply to a business. Details, which may be relevant to a user's particular circumstance, may not be available, as there is no 'one size fits all' business continuity guide. Users are advised to seek professional business advice before applying any information contained in these and seek the advice of a health care professional when medical issues are involved.

The Government of Canada accepts no liability or responsibility for any acts or errors, omissions, misuse, and/or misinterpretation resulting from reliance, in whole or in part, on the documents referred to in this guide. The Government of Canada disclaims all responsibility or liability to any person, whether in contract, equity or tort, or on any other basis, for any direct or indirect losses, illness or injury, or damage of any kind, arising from use of these documents. The Government of Canada is not responsible for the contents or reliability of any non Government of Canada websites mentioned in this document, and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed in them. There is no guarantee that the links will work all the time, and the Government of Canada does not necessarily control the availability of the linked pages.

Canadian Government Sources

Northwest Territories

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New Brunswick

Nova Scotia

International Government Sources


New Zealand

United Kingdom

United States


Private Sector Sources




United Kingdom

United States

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