Canadian Security Intelligence Service


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Canada's main foreign intelligence agency that gathers and analyzes information to provide security intelligence for the Canadian government

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(62) Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act (Can) (Re), 2013 FC 1275, [2013] FCJ No 1371 [X(Re)], aff'd X (Re), 2014 FCA 249, [2014] FCJ No 1099.
The Jaffna-born and raised in Canada since age five, Canadian parliamentarian Rathika Sitsabaiesan's tour from December 28 through January 3 in 2013 in Sri Lanka's predominantly ethnic Tamil northern region was not to exchange pleasantries with her long lost kith and kin but on 'foreign-influenced activities' well known to her parliamentary colleagues, Harper regime, and most importantly, to the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS).
For the first, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) has raised some concerns that such deals may pose some risk for the country's national security.
(8) House of Commons Special Committee on the Review of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act and the Security Offences Act, In Flux but Not in Crisis (Ottawa: Supply Services Canada, 1990).
Separately the Saudi king and his security officials met Richard Fadden, director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, to discuss "issues of mutual interest."
Fadden, Director of Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and the accompanying delegation.
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service has taken interest as well.
Raymond Boaster, assistant director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), said the intelligence that led to their arrests was provided to the RCMP.
In that poll conducted by Angus Reid Strategies, 34 per cent of respondents thought both the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and airport security personnel deserved a great deal of the blame for the bombing.
As the equality rights provisions in the Canadian Charter of Rights took hold during the early 1980s, even the exclusion of gays from the military, the RCMP and the newly established Canadian Security Intelligence Service was becoming problematic, although it was not until the early 1990s that these forms of exclusion officially came to an end.
"At same time, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service agents were in Khartoum interrogating him in Sudanese custody," he said.
The secret video was taken in February 2003 and shows Khadr being grilled by officials from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service spy agency.
A spokesperson for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service said the agency does not comment on the existence of ongoing intelligence operations.
In addition to increased funding for the RCMP, large funding increases were allocated to other established security agencies, including the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), the Communication Security Establishment (CSE), and Military Intelligence.
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