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


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  • June 26th, 2009 6: 31 am csis violate canadians individuals civils rights. my civils rights was violated 21 years ago. nothing was done about this. csis believe that l am God. lt will take years to explain. this has been top secret for decades. l would like an investigation and compensation outside csis.

    CSIS Doesn’t Protect Canadians : Law is Cool

  • Charter of Rights and Freedoms, csis, foreign affairs

    Child detainee going home after four years in Gitmo

  • Charter of Rights and Freedoms, csis, foreign affairs

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • The videotape was just under half an hour, and when it was done, Delorme turned to Cardinal and said, "Looks like your csis man came through for once."

    The Delicate Storm

  • He's for real, and so is csis, and that's just the way things are.

    The Delicate Storm

  • Terry Atlas, assistant managing editor of U. S News and World Report, reads the Web sites of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (www. and GlobalSecurity. org, which has detailed satellite photos.

    Off the Record

  • "There's lots of reasons to be upset with csis, but that's a pretty good one."

    The Delicate Storm

  • "Sergeant Musgrave, I'm sure you know that the former Mounties on csis staff were never criminal investigators; they were security officers, same as I am."

    The Delicate Storm

  • Anyway, Jim Coulter has a confab with csis Toronto and two hours later Calvin Squier is out the door.

    The Delicate Storm

  • "I've been in contact with csis and, frankly, they don't see this fundraiser as a likely target for any terrorist groups they're interested in."

    The Delicate Storm


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