On 26 March 1998, the Senate approved an Order of Reference to constitute a Special Committee on Security and Intelligence. In essence, the Committee's mandate was to pick up from where the previous Senate Special Committees on Terrorism and Public Safety had left off. Those Committees reported in June 1987 and in May 1989. The Special Committee on Security and Intelligence conducted hearings from 26 May through to 5 November 1998.
Submission to the Special Committee of the Senate on Security and Intelligence by Ward Elcock, Director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. Canadians deserve to know what we believe the terrorist threat to be today - both globally and to [...]
PDF | Published: 1998-06-24 | Added: 2003-08-06
Report of the Special Senate Committee on Security and Intelligence
Report on the current international threat environment with particular reference to terrorism as it relates to Canada, on the extent to which the recommendations of the Report of the Special Committee on Terrorism and Public Safety (June 1987) and the [...]
LINK | Published: 1999-01-01 | Added: 2002-06-23