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Address by Canadian Ambassador to Germany at the Remembrance Day Ceremony 2019

Nov 26, 2019 ... the globe, to counter terrorism and act as a force for peace and security, ready to pay the ultimate sacrifice for Canada, for our countries, for peace, democracy, justice, and universal rights. We must never lose hope for a peaceful world. Humankind may indeed improve itself, may well understand the bitter lessons of history and learn from its tragic errors. Anyone

2018 Public Report on the Terrorism Threat to Canada

Apr 29, 2019 ... Capabilities Part 3: Canada's Approach to Countering Terrorism Managing Canadian Extremist Travellers Arrests and Prosecutions in Canada for Committing Terrorism Offences Bill C-59 – An Act Respecting National Security matters & Bill C-21 – An Act to Amend the Customs Act Enhanced Passenger Protection Program Immigration Security Screening The Listing of Terrorist

Application for Recourse under the Passenger Protect Program

Jun 20, 2016 ... readers available for free download or for purchase on the Internet: Adobe Reader Foxit Reader Xpdf eXPert PDF Reader Counter-terrorism News Releases Statement from Minister Goodale following the G7 Interior Ministers Meeting April 5, 2019 Event Series on Countering Radicalization to Violence Concludes in Ottawa March 27, 2019 Funding to Strengthen Understanding

CFC Papers

Sep 9, 2019 ... Rotation 1 Maj William H. Fletcher JCSP - Master of Defence Studies (2008) Format: PDF Counter-narcotics in Afghanistan: the Canadian contribution Lieutenant-Colonel Pat Bouffard JCSP - Exercise New Horizons (2009) Format: PDF Counter-Terrorism Capacity Building: The Case for a Collaborative Approach Maj Marc O'Ray JCSP - Service Paper (2016) Format: PDF Counter

HMCS Toronto achievements during Operation ARTEMIS

Mar 3, 2014 ...HMCS Toronto achievements during Operation Artemis Over the past year, the Royal Canadian Navy frigate, HMCS Toronto, has been deployed on Operation ARTEMIS, to serve with Combined Task Force 150 (CTF-150), the multinational maritime security and counter-terrorism force operating in the Arabian Sea. The ship arrived back in its home port of Halifax, N.S

Canada's new government announces increased security measures for airports and air travel

Aug 10, 2006 ...Canada's new government announces increased security measures for airports and air travel News Release 10 August 2006 Ottawa, Ontario Canada’s New Government today announced increased security at all Canadian airports following a major counter-terrorism operation in the United Kingdom. Individuals in the UK were allegedly intent on committing acts

UN declarations and statements

Jan 13, 2020 ... delivered by Ms. Ritu Banerjee, Senior Director, Canada Centre for Community Engagement and Prevention of Violence at Session III of the UN High-level Conference on Counter-terrorism 2018-05-22 - Canada statement to be delivered by Ambassador Louise Blais, Deputy Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations at the Security Council open debate

Canadian warship sets sail on Operation Artemis

Jan 6, 2014 ...Canadian warship sets sail on Operation Artemis News Release NR – RCN – 14.002 – January 6, 2014 Ottawa, ON – Department of National Defence Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Regina left Esquimalt today to join Operation ARTEMIS, Canada’s contribution to the multinational effort in support of maritime security and counter-terrorism operations

Aviation Security in Other Countries

Jun 20, 2016 ... Program (including the “No Fly” list). You do not have to be a U.S. citizen to apply to TRIP. Airlines may also have their own lists, and if you suspect that delays you have experienced while traveling are a result of being on one of these lists, you should contact the airline for further information. Counter-terrorism News Releases Statement from Minister Goodale

Justice for Victims of Terrorism

Dec 2, 2015 ... complements Canada's existing counter-terrorism measures, including the deterrence of terrorism, and is aimed at responding to the unique concerns of victims of terrorism while demonstrating Canada's leadership against those who support terrorism around the world. The Act allows: victims of terrorism to sue the perpetrators of terrorism and those that support them

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