Travel Security in Canada
- The crime rate in Canada is very low.
If you are visiting the large Canadian cities, as in all large cities, you should keep a close eye on your personal belongings.
- Terrorist Risk
- Low to medium. A systematic check on items at airports has been implemented since the attacks in England in 2006. Security at the American borders has increased vastly since 11 September 2001.
- Risk of Natural Disaster
- The most frequent risks are flooding, snow storms and forest fires in summer. There may be earthquakes and landslides in British Columbia and in the eastern part of Quebec.
- Traveling Women Conditions
- The risks are the same as for a man.
- For Further Information
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada
Natural Resources Canada
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