Spy warrant shortcomings stretch back almost a dec

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A newly released audit report shows that difficulties with the judicial warrant process at Canada’s spy agency — an issue that made headlines last summer — stretch back at least nine years.

Internal reviewers found several of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service’s preparatory steps for the execution of warrant powers needed strengthening.

Among the shortcomings were insufficient training of personnel and a lack of quality-control measuresAlberta and B.C..

In underscoring the importance of the process, the report notes warrants are authorizations issued by a federal judge that enable CSIS to legally undertake actionst know much abou, including surveilling people electronicallyThe province wher, that would otherwise be illegals full piece: Up to 50 children in GTA hospitals to transfer to SickKids to free up beds for COVID-19 patients..

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