georgian bay: The thought that the Canadian Security Intelligence Service CSIS may be bugging her calls did not seem far-fetched to Cress, who is from Beausoleil First Nation, on the south shore of Georgian Bay, according to National Observer. She saw RCMP and CSIS members regularly at marches and events. We'd say things like, Blow me, CSIS,' she recalled with a laugh recently. She accepted surveillance was part of her everyday life. In 2013, a Vancouver Observer investigation found evidence CSIS and the RCMP had monitored Idle No More and environmental groups including Leadnow, Sierra Club, Dogwood Initiative and Forest Ethics now called Stand.earth that opposed the Northern Gateway pipeline, a project that was quashed in 2016. I don't think anybody I knew was under any illusion that they weren't being monitored, she said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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