National Search and Rescue Secretariat (NSS) is an autonomous arm’s length organization within the Department of National Defence, accountable to the Lead Minister for Search and Rescue who is also the Minister of National Defence.
- British Columbia
- SAR Manitoba Office of the Fire Commissioner
- Government of Manitoba: Emergency Measures Organization
- New Brunswick
- Northwest Territories
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
- Department of National Defence (DND)
- 103 Rescue Squadron, Gander, Newfoundland
- 413 Transport and Rescue Squadron, Greenwood, Nova Scotia
- 424 Transport and Rescue Squadron, Trenton, Ontario
- 435 Transport and Rescue Squadron, Winnipeg, Manitoba
- 442 Transport and Rescue Squadron, Comox, British Columbia
- Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Halifax
- Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Trenton
- Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Victoria
- Department of Fisheries and Oceans/Canadian Coast Guard
- Environment Canada (Meteorological Service of Canada)
- Transport Canada
- Parks Canada
- Marine Services On-Line
- Public Safety Canada
AdventureSmart is a new British Columbia Provincial Government safety program to promote and encourage safe outdoor activities and lifestyles.
Emergency Management BC (EMBC): As part of the public safety network of British Columbia, PEP will be the leader in emergency management, helping people to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies and disasters.
Hug-a-Tree An RCMP search and rescue initiative is helping lost children survive in the woods. Hug a Tree and Survive teaches children aged five to 12 about basic outdoor survival.
Public Safety Canada: is your one-stop shop for safety and security information and services in Canada.
Put Yourself In Our Boots The Put Yourself in Our Boots campaign is intended to make people think about workplace safety from the point of view of emergency responders and equip them with the tools to make changes in their workplaces.
The Canadian Avalanche Association The Canadian Avalanche Association represents avalanche professionals working in Canada. The Canadian Avalanche Centre contributes to the goal of reducing avalanche incidents world wide. Their Level 1 and Level 2 avalanche courses are respected globally.
Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre