Proposed federal privacy reforms could hinder spy operations: CSIS
Wants any reforms to take into account “the critical public interest in national security activities” carried out by the spy agency.
Docs show CSIS welcomed energy industry info about alleged threats
Court case alleges spy service overstepped its legal authority by monitoring environmentalists opposed to Northern Gateway proposal.
National security ‘comes first’ in Huawei 5G review: Champagne
Infrastructure Minister cites need to properly assess whatever risk, or benefits, that there might be.
Beware of foreign espionage threat to your networks: security agencies
RCMP workshops highlighted “supply chain vulnerability” – a back-door tactic to infiltrate systems.
CSIS says federal pipeline purchase seen as ‘betrayal’ by many opponents
Spy agency’s heavily censored brief highlights a renewed sense of indignation among protesters.
Court rejects secrecy bid in court case over alleged spying on activists
A case dealing with whether Canada’s spy agency overstepped the law in monitoring environmental activists will be open to the public.
Feds try to pull cloak of secrecy over court case on pipeline spy allegations
Civil liberties group opposes the secrecy request, saying it blatantly violates the principle justice must be seen to be done.
Rights group presses watchdog on CSIS activist records
Complaint cites reports that the spy agency shared information with the NEB about “radicalized environmentalists.”
Nexen takeover by CNOOC ‘somewhat mixed’ — DBRS
Could bolster relationship with China, but not financially necessary.
Shareholders OK Nexen deal, CSIS warns of foreign takeover dangers
Acquiring control of strategic sectors can represent a threat to security interests.
Counter terrorism unit to foil energy terrorists
The federal government has set up a counter-terrorism unit in Alberta and one of its main jobs will be to help protect the energy industry from attacks by extremists.