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Partners in Protection

Partners in Protection (PIP) is a cooperative program between private industry and the CBSA aimed at enhancing border and trade chain security.  

This voluntary program has no membership fee. It is designed to streamline and make border processes more efficient for low-risk, pre-approved businesses recognized as trusted traders. As a member, you must abide by the roles and responsibilities outlined in the PIP Terms and Conditions of Use. In return, the CBSA will assess your company's physical, infrastructural, and procedural security, and will recommend necessary improvements. This will enhance the integrity of your production, transportation, importation and/or exportation processes.

About the PIP Program

Discover program benefits
  • CBSA security assessments and expertise
  • Improved security levels
  • Recognition as a Trusted Trader at the border
  • Find out about other benefits
Find out if you are ready to apply
Already a PIP member?
  • Find out how to migrate to the Trusted Traders Portal by visiting the Portal Help Page

Contact Information

Have a question about PIP or the Trusted Traders Portal?

For more information about PIP or the Trusted Traders Portal, contact the PIP program at pip-pep@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca