The Canadian Security and Intelligence Community:
Helping Keep Canada and Canadians Safe and Secure

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Table of Contents

I. Security and Intelligence: A Critical Function

II. What Does the Security and Intelligence Community Do?

III. The Role of Ministers

IV. Roles and Responsibilities in the Security and Intelligence Community

V. Review and Accountability Arrangements

VI. International Relationships

VII. Helping Keep Canada and Canadians Safe and Secure

VIII. Reference Section