Join the discussion: Let’s Talk Critical Infrastructure
From: Public Safety Canada
Current Status: Closed
This consultation ran from April 20, 2022 to June 1, 2022
Other forms of engagement are ongoing. Questions may be sent to the email below.
Canada’s critical infrastructure is facing a range of evolving challenges. A renewed approach will better support the safety, security, health, and economic well-being of Canadians.
Who was the focus of this consultation
The Government of Canada engaged with the broader critical infrastructure community, including critical infrastructure owners and operators and other involved stakeholders from the public and private sectors.
Key areas for discussion
Input was sought around three themes for a renewed approach to critical infrastructure resilience:
- Modernizing the understanding and definition of critical infrastructure
- Prioritizing the most critical infrastructure
- Supporting risk management for complex and changing threats
The input gathered through this process will be used to identify priority areas that will help shape a renewed National Strategy for Critical Infrastructure.
- Renewing Canada's Approach to Critical Infrastructure Resilience: What We Heard Report
- Discussion Paper and Questions
- National Strategy for Critical Infrastructure (2009)
- National Cross Sector Forum 2018-2020 Action Plan for Critical Infrastructure
- National Cross Sector Forum 2021-2023 Action Plan for Critical Infrastructure
Public Safety Canada, Critical Infrastructure Directorate
269 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, ON K1A 0P8
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