Détails d'une promesse

We will assist in domestic security and natural disaster responses, both at home and abroad.

Trudeau polimetre - 2015
Promesse réalisée

Real Change: A New Plan For a Strong Middle Class (page 71)


September 2019 - This promise is kept in full since Canada has assisted in disaster responses at home and abroad. However, the level of assistance remains modest internationally, often entails the use of diplomatic instruments and, when determined relevant, economic sanctions. For example, Canada committed $300 million over three years to Rohingya crisis as well as targeted sanctions against the Mynamar government. Canada responded both at home and in the Bahamas to recent disaster caused by Hurricane Dorian.


September 10, 2019 - "Owens said the military jumped into the picture immediately when Dorian was first forecast to leave a swath of destruction across the region." - VIDEO: Military on Dorian cleanup detail in Nova Scotia - Sackville Tribune Post

August 01, 2019 - "The Government of Canada acts quickly and appropriately when it receives requests for assistance from countries facing disasters, conflicts, or acute food insecurity. Canada's response is the result of close cooperation among Global Affairs Canada humanitarian officers, Canadian representatives in the field, representatives of other government departments, and international and Canadian humanitarian partners. (On this site, you can explore Canada's involvement abroad providing domestic security and disaster responses.)" - Ongoing and past crises abroad - Global Affairs Canada

July 09, 2019 - "A Canadian Disaster Assistance Team was sent to Nassau in the Bahamas earlier to determine how Canada can best help those affected by Hurricane Dorian along with $500,000 from the federal government." - Canada sends more military support to Bahamas in wake of Hurricane Dorian - Global News

May 02, 2019 - "Mobility - This component is designed to promote innovation through the collaborative exchange of knowledge and ideas. IDEaS offers one-way exchange opportunities to applicants from government, partner organisations, industry and academia. Opportunities also exist for internal applicants whose areas of expertise may intersect with the defence challenges identified by the IDEaS program. Exchange opportunities are announced regularly and may be approved for a period of up to six months." - Understanding IDEaS - National Defence Canada

June 08, 2018 - "Strong at home, its sovereignty well defended by a Canadian Armed Forces also ready to assist in times of natural disasters, other emergencies, and search and rescue" - Defence Investment Plan 2018, p.10 - National Defence

May 18, 2018 - Defence Plan 2018-2023 - National Defence

March 22, 2017 - "Undertake risk assessments on federal transportation infrastructure assets. Budget 2017 proposes to provide $16.4 million over five years, starting in 2017–18, to Transport Canada to ensure that Canada’s federally managed roads, bridges, rail systems and ports are able to withstand the effects of natural disasters, climate change and extreme weather events." - Building a strong middle class, Budget 2017-2018 - Government of Canada

January 29, 2017 - "The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) is sending approximately 200 personnel tomorrow to support the ongoing emergency response to the ice storm in New Brunswick.The Province of New Brunswick has requested Government of Canada assistance in the form of CAF personnel and assets to conduct a variety of tasks, including delivering emergency supplies, assisting in re-establishing existing road networks, and supporting door-to-door residential wellbeing checks in the Northeast of the province." - Canadian Armed Forces supporting emergency response to ice storm in New Brunswick - National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces

May 9, 2016 - “Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that Ottawa will match individual donations to the Red Cross up to May 31, without a cap.” - Fort McMurray relief donations hit $54M: Red Cross - CTV News

May 5, 2016 - “The Canadian military has deployed helicopters and transport planes in response to the raging wildfire that has incinerated parts of Fort McMurray, Alta. — with more support to come as needed.” - Military deploys choppers, planes to Fort McMurray in response to wildfire – promises more help if needed - National Post

April 27, 2016 - « Following the earthquake in Ecuador, Canada responded immediately to the needs of affected people by providing a $2 million funding commitment. The funding will support immediate efforts to help humanitarian partners on the ground provide shelter, clean water, health, sanitation and other basic services: International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) – $500,000 […] Canadian Humanitarian Assistance Fund (CHAF) – $560,000 […] CARE Canada ($300,000) – […] Plan Canada ($260,000) – […] Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) – $200,000 […] Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) – $100,000 […] International Organization for Migration (IOM) – $320,000 […] UNICEF – $320,000 […] » Canada's response to the Earthquake in Ecuador - Global Affairs Canada

March 9, 2016 - "The Honourable MarieClaude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, today announced that Canada will be increasing its humanitarian assistance funding to help support people affected by Tropical Cyclone Winston in Fiji. The allocation of $750,000 to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) brings Canada’s total humanitarian funding in response to this crisis to $1 million." - Canada provides additional humanitarian assistance funding for people affected by Tropical Cyclone Winston in Fiji - Global Affairs Canada

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