OTTAWA–The world of intelligence is, by definition, a murky one. Most times what our spies do is only shared with those who have a ‘need to know,’ i.e., someone with a security clearance required to see and use classified information. If we hear stories about what they do, it is generally not good, at least from the perspective of the spies. When the curtain is pulled back, even a bit, it is usually not on purpose, but due to an unauthorized breach.

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