Foreign interference continues to pose an ongoing threat to Canada’s sovereignty and national security,
the head of CSIS says in a confidential report.
CSIS director Richard Fadden writes that those targeted by foreign agencies may be subject to threats, coercion or potential blackmail.
( Adrian Wyld / Canadian Press )
“These clandestine efforts by foreign governments to influence our officials, policies and communities
have the potential to undermine our ability to make independent decisions in Canada’s national interests,”
CSIS director Richard Fadden wrote in a report to Public Safety Minister Vic Toews.