Department of Justice Canada

The Department of Justice Canada provides legal advice and services regarding security and intelligence issues and thereby plays a role in ensuring the legality of security and intelligence activities. Justice lawyers provide in-house legal services to institutions within the Government of Canada, including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and the Communications Security Establishment. In addition, senior Justice counsel serve on various committees that guide and coordinate the security and intelligence community's activities. Justice counsel also assist the Minister of Justice in performing functions as Attorney General of Canada.

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Canada must share intelligence with torturers
The need to exchange information with unpalatable regimes is a significant and troubling aspect of the new reality.
HTML | Published: 2008-11-01 | Added: 2009-02-22

Directory of the National Security Group
Government electronic directory of the staff at the National Security Group of the Department of Justice Canada.
LINK | Published: 2001-01-01 | Added: 2004-02-06

Department of Justice Canada
Official site of the Department of Justice Canada.
LINK | Published: 1901-01-01 | Added: 2003-09-09

Requests for classified information
Request for classified information related to the possible creation of a Canadian foreign intelligence service.
PDF | Published: 2002-07-17 | Added: 2002-07-17