Arriving to the wrong conclusion: ICLMG’s response to ex-CSIS analyst’s PR piece
By Anne Dagenais Guertin and Matthew BehrensMar. 11, 2019
That is why the immediate solution here is to get rid of the security certificate regime and insist that anyone subjected to such serious allegations be provided an open and transparent hearing marked by the more robust protections and standards afforded by criminal law. That is, if Canada wants to continue calling itself a democracy.
In his Feb. 25, 2019, column in The Hill Times, headlined, “Security certificate cases and Canada’s failure to use the intelligence it collects,” author and former CSIS employee, Phil Gurski, is advocating for an “intelligence culture” in Canada.
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