The National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) launched an investigation of Global Affairs Canada. NSICOP is investigating Chrystia Freeland while she was Foreign Affairs Minister and when she joined an alliance with Canada’s WWI and WWII enemy Germany to save Germany’s International World Order / UN.
The National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians Act is mandated to review:
- the legislative, regulatory, policy, administrative and financial framework for national security and intelligence;
- any activity carried out by a department that relates to national security or intelligence, unless the activity is an ongoing operation and the appropriate Minister determines that the review would be injurious to national security;
- any matter relating to national security or intelligence that a minister of the Crown refers to the Committee.
OTTAWA, September 17, 2020 — The National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) today announces two reviews of national security and intelligence activities. These reviews will be conducted over the next few months and concluded in 2021.
The Committee’s first review will examine the national security and intelligence activities of Global Affairs Canada (GAC). GAC collects information on security issues, liaises with allied intelligence organizations and supports the work of the security and intelligence community through its missions abroad. … While GAC is a core member of the national security and intelligence community, its national security and intelligence activities have never been subject to external independent review and are not well known by the public or Parliament.” NSICOP press release