The Canadian Safety and Security Program, led by Defence Research and Development Canada’s Centre for Security Science, has announced 26 projects “to support the development of knowledge, tools, processes, advice and strategies that are essential for safeguarding Canada.”
Two research projects being led by the New Brunswick Department of Public Safety will involve Dalhousie University’s CIP Initiative. The first project will look at how information can be shared more efficiently and effectively for responding to and preventing major risk events.
The second project will look at the supply chain of critical infrastructure. This research proposal was partly inspired by heavy flooding in New Brunswick.
Read more about the announcement by the Government of Canada in the Chronicle Herald.