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1. Department of Justice Canada
Official website of the Canadian Department of Justice. In English and French.
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2. Canadian Security Intelligence Service
Government agency dedicated to protecting the national security interests of Canada and safeguarding its citizens. The main objective of the Service is to investigate and report on threats to the security of Canada, an objective that it pursues while respecting the law and protecting human rights.
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3. Quebec Security and Crime Prevention
Québec has developed a specific approach related to crime and especially to crime prevention. The web site of public security in Québec informs you about various prevention activities, policies and crime prevention funding programs. Many publications are available online as well numerous statistics on conjugal violence and many other offences.
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4. Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Official site of the RCMP.
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5. Government of Canada
Official site of the Canadian government with links to various agencies. In English and French.
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