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Caretaker Mode: Plan and Government Officials

caretaker mode: The objective is to have a plan to inform people if needed, without being seen to be interfering in the campaign, according to CTV. Sign up for our Capital Dispatch newsletter, for all the latest politics news This will be done through what's being called a Critical Election Incident Public Protocol that will be overseen by five senior level non-political government officials. One key measure is a new plan to inform Canadians about serious meddling attempts during the campaign in an impartial way. During campaigns the government runs in a caretaker mode where decision making is limited and why this plan is being set in advance. It is comprised of the Clerk of the Privy Council, Canada's National Security Adviser, and the deputy ministers of the Justice, Public Safety, and Global Affairs departments. The members of this new high-level group will be responsible for deciding when, and how they decide to inform Canadians about concerning online behaviour or content that comes to their attention. ( As reported in the news.