Faith-based and nongovernmental organizations extend far beyond faith, spiritual care, health and human services; they are an important component of our collective and cooperative effort. Faith-based and nongovernmental organizations own and operate infrastructure that remains vulnerable to attack. They provides direct support and response to our nation’s worst natural (and manmade) disasters, and provides vital services to millions of Canadians everyday. These include vast networks of organizations and operations with facilities, capabilities and processes on a massive scale that are incorporated into preventive and preparedness efforts. During times of crisis and other security events, it is neighborhood congregations, community organizations-the very fabric of Canada that are best positioned to become critical partners in local national homeland security initiatives.
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