Should Canada Have a Foreign Intelligence Service?
Developing national security awareness around creating an espionage agency is critical for the current and future protection of Canada’s interests both domestically and abroad. In this publication, Colonel (Ret’d) Geoffrey St. John, Senior Research Associate with Samuel Associates, explores the topic of a Canadian Foreign Intelligence Service.
“Through our Policy Insights Forum, we endeavour to provide an in-depth conversation on strategic policy matters and topics. We are pleased to be supporting the work of forward-thinking leaders like Geoffrey St. John through our firm’s work,” says Goran Samuel Pesic, President and CEO of Samuel Associates.
The Government of Canada has called upon industry to assist the government with solving the challenges that our current national security agencies face in terms of technology, policy, integration and deterrence. Through Samuel Associates and its nonpartisan research division, the Policy Insights Forum, the firm seeks to bridge the gap between industry and the government and provide real-time advice to those operating in the fields of defence and national security. Click below to read the full article authored by Colonel Geoffrey St. John, MSM, CD (Ret’d), Canadian Armed Forces Intelligence Branch), Senior Research Associate, Samuel Associates.
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