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DOCUMENTS: CSIS Recruitment plan

Spy group's focus is "Aboriginals" and "visible minorities"

by Tim Groves

CSIS' 2012-2013 Recruitment and Marketing plan
CSIS' 2012-2013 Recruitment and Marketing plan

The Canadian Security Intelligence Service(CSIS)'s 2012-2013 recruitment plan shows the spy group's desire to recruit Aboriginal people and visible minorities.  The goal of increasing the number of Aboriginals working for the Service to 111 coincides with an increase in protests by First Nations groups and the emergence of the Idle No More movement. 

While CSIS claims their goals is "building an organization reflective of the communities we serve," a recent article published by Tekawannake News reveals that some people believe the Service's true intention is to increase its ability to spy on Native communities. 

The following document was acquired through an Access to Information Request:

 

 

 

 

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Tim Groves is an investigative researcher and journalist based in Toronto. He can be reached at timgrovesreports [at] gmail.com and tweets@timymit. For more information on his work, visit http://timgrovesreports.wordpress.com.


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