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Canadian politicians subject to police surveillance, Ethics committee told

News | 08/09/2022 6:32 pm EDT
Former Canadian Security Intelligence Service official Michel Juneau-Katsuya testifies before the House of Commons Ethics committee on Aug. 9, 2022./ photo via ParlVu

The Parliamentary committee looking at so-called on device investigation tools (ODITs) was told that some politicians are being looked at as security risks. Former CSIS agent Michel Juneau-Katsuya told MPs on the House of Commons Ethics committee that several politicians, at all levels of service, have been under investigation for connections to foreign players.

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