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The proliferation of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear weapons of mass destruction, as well as their delivery systems, has the potential to undermine international peace and stability. Canadian nuclear non-proliferation policy seeks to ensure that Canadian exports of nuclear products and technology are not used in the production of weapons of mass destruction. In its determination to counter the domestic and international threat from weapons of mass destruction, the Service has a broad and in-depth information-sharing relationship with other government departments. The Service also uses its exchange relationships with allied government agencies to expand and share its knowledge of the threat.

Proliferation Issues

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