Information on Canada’s efforts to counter global and domestic terrorist threats, and how Canada is promoting national peace and security.
Services and information
See Canada's list of terrorist entities under the Criminal Code, which identifies a group or individual as being associated with or supporting terrorism.
Learn about the Passenger Protect Program, a shared responsibility between Public Safety Canada and Transport Canada, which identifies individuals who may pose a threat to aviation security and takes action to reduce their ability to cause harm or threaten aviation.
Preventing radicalization to violence
Learn how the Government of Canada is working to counter radicalization to violence though a coordinated approach with partner departments and agencies.
Understand the security certificate process of removing non-Canadians from Canada when they have no legal right to be here and pose a serious threat to Canada and Canadians.
This initiative invested in research on pressing questions for Canada on terrorism and counter-terrorism, such as preventing and countering violent extremism. Learn more about the funded initiatives.
Learn about the tragic terrorist events that have claimed the innocent lives of Canadians, and see how we honour and remember them.
Mitigating the Threat Posed By Canadian Extremist Travellers
Learn how the Government of Canada is protecting the public against Canadian extremist travellers through a coordinated approach with partner departments and agencies.
What we are doing
Laws and regulations
- Anti-terrorism Act
- Anti-terrorism Act, 2015
- Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act
- Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act
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