Canadian Security Intelligence Service
Canada’s spy agency is sounding the alarm over state-sponsored espionage
It’s the first time since 2001 that CSIS has declared espionage and foreign interference greater threats than terrorism when it comes to the economy.
Canada will start reporting when it uses intelligence obtained through torture
New rules on intelligence sharing will limit how Ottawa requests and discloses information that may have been tainted by torture or mistreatment.
A lawsuit alleges Canada’s spy service rejected job applicants because their names sound “Muslim”
The lawsuit alleges Islamophobia, sexism, and homophobia run rampant through CSIS
Canada’s main spy agency refuses to say whether it thinks Russia is interfering in Canadian politics
VICE News tried to obtain documents relating to Moscow’s meddling in Ottawa. We were shot down.
Documents confirm CSIS didn’t tell the Trudeau government about its illegal metadata program
CSIS was running a metadata collection program that a court ruled was illegal, and the Trudeau government didn't even know about it
Canada's spies may have kept the Trudeau government in the dark about their main intelligence database
CSIS says it doesn't have any record of briefing the government about its secretive Operational Data Analysis Centre
Trudeau government says it didn't know about illegal Canadian spy program
The Guy Who Oversees Canada’s Cyberspy Agency Is Cash-Strapped and Worried
The Commissioner for the Communications Security Establishment says he's concerned he doesn't have the resources to oversee Canada's NSA.
Inside Canada’s Five-Year-Long Anti-Terror Investigation of a Group of Quebec Communists
Quebec investigators have searched, bugged, and infiltrated a group of Quebec communists: and they have nothing to show for it.
Nora T. Lamontagne and Justin Ling