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  1. Connexions
    Volume 8, Number 3-4 - Winter 1983/84 - Native Issues - A Digest of Resources and Groups for Social

    Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
    Published: 1984
  2. Connexions
    Volume 9, Number 1 - Spring 1984 - Energy - A Digest of Resources and Groups for Social Change

    Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
    Published: 1984
  3. Connexions
    Volume 9, Number 2 - Summer 1984 - Rights and Liberties - A Digest of Resources & Groups for Social

    Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
    Published: 1984
  4. Covert Entry
    Spies, Lies and Crimes Inside Canada's Secret Service

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 2002
    A glimpse into the inner workings of Canada's secret service.
  5. Dark Days
    The Story of Four Canadians Tortured in the Name of Fighting Terror

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 2008
    An exposé of Canadian national security investigations, Kerry Pither's Dark Days exposes a disturbing record of human-rights abuses, both at home and abroad, and ultimately questions our notion of the "Just Society".
  6. Devices that track, spy on cellphones found at Montreal's Trudeau airport
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2017
    CBC Radio-Canada investigation already found electronic surveillance devices near Parliament Hill.
  7. Political activist Ken Stone takes CSIS to task for alleged harassment
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2015
    What is it like to be targeted by Canada's spy agency? Veteran anti-war and environmental activist Ken Stone knows firsthand and is willing to talk about it.
  8. Secret Service
    Political Policing in Canada From the Fenians to Fortress America

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 2012
    A history of political policing in Canada.
  9. Taking liberties: When elite representatives define 'national security'
    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2011
    Most reporters assigned to the national security beat are not physically embedded within the RCMP and CSIS in the way those covering the occupation of Afghanistan seem to become stenographers for the Canadian military. But they tend to write as if they were, buying the assumptions created and sustained by those who benefit most from them while generally ignoring the fact that these agencies have a historical profile that reads "pathological liar."

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