their warning orders to deploy, The Canadian Press has learned.
Baird said the Morocco meeting would "look at what international pressure we can bring to bear to try to encourage peace in Syria and encourage Assad to step down and go."
The Assad regime is widely believed to be harbouring a large arsenal of chemical weapons, including sarin and mustard gas.
"It's impossible to predict which way this thing is going to go," Beare said.
"We are concerned about a small element in Syria that is particularly radicalized and extremist with connections to known international terrorist organizations. This causes us grave concern."
All of it was designed to give cabinet a choice should NATO or the UN call for assistance.
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Baird laid out three scenarios for how chemical weapons might be used.
Neither the Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) nor the Canadian Joint Incident Response Unit which handles chemical, biological and nuclear incidents have been put on notice to move, said multiple senior defence sources.
"Let's just say, we're watching it and if we're required to offer military advice, certainly the chief (of defence staff) would do that, and if we're required to be prepared to provide military responses, I obviously cannot speculate on those; we'd obvious be prepared to do that,"
Moreover, the two, specialized Canadian Forces response teams that reportedly could be called to respond to a chemical weapons attack in Syria have yet to receive Nike Air Max Tavas 46
"We are, like others, keeping an eye on the entire crisis that's playing out in Syria, as best as we can. We're in a period of seeking to anticipate which way this could go," Lt. Gen. Stuart Beare, Canada's overseas commander, told The Canadian Press in a recent interview.
Baird said the threat of a chemical weapons attack would be "top of mind" at the big international Nike Air Max Thea Pure Platinum White meeting in Morocco this week involving more than 110 countries and the Syrian opposition.
"We haven't seen anything new indicating any aggressive steps to move forward in that way," he said.
"We have been concerned for a good number of months that at a certain point in this conflict the weapons could be used against the Syrian people or be used against the neighbours of Syria," he said.
"There is considerable concern that some recent actions by the Syrian regime have indicated that they were beginning to mobilize, to be in a position where they could use them," Baird said from Morocco.
Such an order comes when action is imminent, but no such instruction has been given, sources said.
"That has sparked increased deep and grave concern."
Those remarks dovetail with the fact the Forces have yet to send out what is called a warning order to high readiness units, such as DART, to be ready to deploy within 48 hours.
The possibility that Syrian President Bashar Assad might use chemical weapons against his own people sparked recent warnings of serious consequences from the Obama administration and its allies. Assad's bloody crackdown on the 20 month old popular uprising now a civil war has cost the lives of an estimated 40,000 people.
Since June, when a United Nations peace effort stalled, military planners have been spinning different scenarios for a potential Canadian contribution to a possible international military intervention for Syria.
"Or worse yet, they could fall into the wrong hands, of an extremist radical group."
In contrast, Panetta said Tuesday that, "the intelligence has really kind of levelled off" about Syria's most recent chemical weapons movements.
The possible proliferation of chemical weapons has been a subject of more high level, regional debate.
The Forces also examined options ranging from humanitarian assistance to the establishment of safe havens for refugees up to the enforcement of a no fly zone. Canada was one of eight NATO countries to send fighter jets to support the UN sanctioned no fly zone over Libya last year that helped topple dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
Minister John Baird expressed "deep and grave" concern Tuesday about the possibility of a chemical weapons attack in Syria, just as the Pentagon chief said the threat of one might be diminishing. Defence Secretary Leon Panetta clashed with Baird's description of the possible consequences of a chemical attack against innocent Syrian civilians or "neighbours" Syria's enemy, Israel.
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