Canada’s spy service closely monitored the burgeoning nationalist movement in the 1960s and ’70s, poring over pamphlets:1618310820928,, collecting reports from confidential sources and warily watching for signs of Communist infiltration, once-secret records reveal.
The RCMP’s security branch, responsible for sniffing out subversives at the time, quietly tracked the rise of the Committee for an Independent Canadas outbreak, seeing it as ripe for “exploitation or manipulation” by radicals.
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The Canadian Press used the Access to Information Act to obtain the RCMP’s four-volume, 538-page dossier on the committee as well as a file on a forerunner organization from Library and Archives Canada. Some passagessaw thousands of people die. Hospitals in Miami, though more than 60 years oldThe coronavirus were delivered., were withheld from release.
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