Source – canadassecretbigbrother.com
– In 2004, a Canadian I.T. company known as CGI merged with American Management Systems, also known as AMS, a high technology and management consulting firm founded by five former U.S. Defense Department “Whiz kids” that specialized in lucrative U.S. defense contracts. This company then became CGI-AMS for a short time, and then CGI – continuing to present themselves to the public as the Canadian company CGI had been before the merger, when the evidence proves CGI is now a mega private global corporation with extremely significant ties to the U.S. Government and military, including that they have contracts with Homeland Security worth BILLIONS, do the cyber spying and data collection for the NSA, and run the U.S. Army Command, worldwide, etc. The evidence supports that this merger was part of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), and the plan for AMS, now disguised as CGI, to take over the Canadian Government and Canada, and ultimately become Canadians –- and eventually EVERYONE’S — real life BIG BROTHER, just as they are to Americans, thanks to George Bush and 9/11.
“At CGI, we’re in the business of satisfying clients. For more than 30 years, we’ve partnered with U.S. defense, civilian, and intelligence agencies”
“CGI…The company was formerly known as American Management Systems and changed its name to CGI in May, 2004.”
CGI is a leading provider of IT services to nearly 100 federal civilian, provincial and municipal agencies in Canada, as well as the defence and public safety community. We play an active role in advancing the safety of Canadian citizens through our work with government agencies.
CGI’s defence offerings include:
- C4ISR – Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
- Specialized military training for defence and public safety
- Advanced analytics for anti-terrorism activities…”
“RCMP’s Parliament Hill security takeover to begin ‘immediately‘
Just a few of CGI’s many ongoing contracts with the RCMP…
CGI’s $15 million contract with the RCMP…
CGI’s $11 million contract with the RCMP…
For just the period October 1, 2014 – December 31, 2014, the last period posted to date – CGI was awarded 11 contracts with the RCMP, click link & do a search of CGI on page to view these contracts…
“CGI says it has been awarded a $2 billion information technology contract extension from Bell Canada parent company BCE.”
“CGI greatly values its continuing partnership with the Department of Homeland Security in support of its mission to protect the homeland, prevent terrorism…”
“Homeland Security to be put in charge of info sharing
President Obama will announce a new executive order on the sharing of cybersecurity threats and information at Friday’s cybersecurity summit at Stanford University, the White House said.
Most importantly to Silicon Valley, the president’s proposal is expected to cement the role of the Department of Homeland Security, rather than the National Security Agency, as the government lead for information-sharing with the private sector.
“Hopefully the rules will prohibit the use of the information shared being used for surveillance,” said Greg Nojime, a senior counsel with the Center for Democracy and Technology in Washington D.C.
Given the anger and anxiety that resulted from revelations by Edward Snowden about the extent of NSA surveillance, knowing that Homeland Security is in charge may calm concerns among Valley companies.”
Member of CGI’s Initiative for Collaborative Government team, Barbara Fast, speaking on behalf of the head of the NSA, Gen. Keith B. Alexander, in 2012…
Note that the evidence revealed by Edward Snowden in 2013 proves CGI employee, Barbara Fast, lied in the video made in 2012 about the activities of the NSA – and CGI, who do the cyber spying and data collection for the NSA. Just like the American public are being lied to about the fact that the same mega private corporation will be doing the work for Homeland Security, that did it for the NSA – CGI.
“Barbara Fast is a former Major General in the United States Army. She retired with thirty two years of service in 2005. Fast is currently employed by CGI Group as Senior Vice President, Army and Defense Intelligence Business Unit within CGI Federal.
This link http://jobs.cgi.com/key/NSA-Langley-VA-jobs.html used to lead to CGI job listings for the NSA but CGI removed this information shortly after the Snowden/NSA spying scandal became headline news.
The evidence proves CGI, the U.S. Government, & the media are lying to the public about CGI’s extremely substantial relationship and involvement with the U.S. Government & military…
“U.S. to part with contractor CGI for Obamacare website
The U.S. government will part ways next month with contractor CGI Federal over the troubled Obamacare enrollment website, HealthCare.gov, which failed to work when it launched in October for millions of Americans shopping for insurance, the company said on Friday.”
“For 38 years, we have partnered with U.S. defense, civilian, and intelligence agencies to support their mission-essential needs.”…FEDERAL MISSION EXPERTISE, Defense, Homeland Security, Intelligence…”
The evidence proves it’s not the original Canadian company, CGI, who have been partners with U.S. defense, civilian, and intelligence agencies for 38 years, it’s AMS – now disguised as CGI, who have.
“CGI is launching a Canadian defence, public safety and intelligence unit based on similar efforts in the United States.
Lieutenant-General Andrew Leslie, who retired earlier this month after a 30-year career with the Canadian Forces, will head the unit.
The unit is intended to serve Canada’s defence and security needs around the world.
…Last year, the company purchased Stanley Inc. for $1-billion (U.S.), giving it an entry into the defence and intelligence side of the U.S. government with about 75 per cent of its work being of a sensitive nature including processing and doing security checks for visa applicants on behalf of the U.S. State Department.”…
Notice how the article above, published in The Globe and Mail in 2011, misleads the Canadian public about CGI’s substantial history and involvement with U.S. government defense and intelligence agencies, resulting from their merger with American Management Systems in 2004, supporting what I’ve reported.
It’s suspicious that these major U.S. defense contractors are all suddenly selling to a Canadian company, and suspicious that the U.S. Government would allow this, adding to the evidence supporting that CGI are actually American Management Systems in disguise.
“Andrew Leslie: Forcing Change in Canada’s Army”…”The Canadian Forces have emerged from Afghanistan as a new army, far removed from our peace keeping past“…Andrew Leslie, a key CGI employee, talks about the transformation of the Canadian Forces, which he says began in 2004 – the year CGI merged with American Management Systems, which he states was facilitated by the casualties in Afghanistan which helped increase their funding from the government by 51%…
CGI made a fortune off of the Afghanistan mission, this link used to lead to endless CGI job listings for the Afghanistan mission … http://jobs.cgi.com/key/CGI-afghanistan-jobs.html
“CGI Awarded Prime Contract with US$2.5 Billion Program Ceiling by the U.S. Army Forces Command
Contract enables delivery of fast, wide-ranging, worldwide mission support
CGI will provide a range of support services across eight primary military operations areas: operational planning, training, modeling and simulation, flight operations, mobilization planning and execution, deployment operations, force protection program, and transformation.”
“Liberals block nomination hopeful running against Trudeau star Andrew Leslie”
“CGI Announces that David L. Johnston Will Resign from its Board of Directors”
“It was during his time in that role that he became acquainted with Pierre and Margaret Trudeau, as the Johnston children played with the Trudeau children when the families were at their adjacent cottages in the Laurentians.”… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Johnston
“Liberals to support Conservative anti-terror bill“http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/liberals-to-support-conservative-anti-terror-bill-but-want-more-oversight/article22784759/
The substantial evidence on this page proves that Harper & his government are pushing Bill C-51 through to serve CGI, against the best interests of Canadians and our country…
“Proposed anti-terror bill permits “virtually unlimited” surveillance, say Canada’s privacy commissioners” http://www.edmontonjournal.com/posed+anti+bill+mits+limit+veil+lance+vacy+sion/10871173/story.html
C-51 would give government departments and agencies vast information-sharing abilities with no enhanced protections for privacy.
Thomas d’Aquino is a key member of CGI’s board of directors, and was also friends with Robert Pastor…
“NORTH AMERICAN FORUM
On October 11-13, 2012, the eighth North American Forum co-chaired by Thomas d’Aquino, former United States Secretary of Defense William Perry, and former Mexican Minister of Finance, Pedro Aspe, took place in Ottawa. It was attended by close to 100 senior decision makers from all three countries. Speakers included Canadian Foreign Minister, John Baird, and Defence Minister, Peter MacKay. The group also was hosted at Rideau Hall by His Excellency David Johnston, Governor General of Canada. Thomas d’Aquino spearheaded the organization of the 2012 Forum and assumed the Canadian Co-Chair post upon the passing of his old friend and colleague The Honourable Peter Lougheed. The 2013 Forum will take place in Mexico City on October 3-5. The 2011 Forum took place in Washington, D.C. on October 6-8.”
$25 million contract Peter MacKay awarded CGI with the Department of National Defence, just one of many (see note below re: contract amount being recently altered from more than $25 million)…
Note that the Harper Government/CGI very recently started changing and removing the value of CGI’s many substantial contracts with the Department of National Defense, including the one worth more than $25 million above, as well as these contracts below, & many more…
…Why would the Harper Government remove the amounts of these important contracts, when they are required to disclose the details – including the amount, of all contracts over $10,000? Are they aware of my website, & that I’ve been posting the evidence relating to CGI online, so they’re covering it up?
“Tyrants and Traitors: The “Evolution by Stealth” of a North American Union – August 07, 2007
…This agreement was signed shortly after the creation of the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America. This task force is a tri-national grouping of think tanks and interest groups, represented in the United States by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), in Mexico by the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations, and in Canada by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE).
…In November of 2003, the CCCE wrote up a short document “Paul Martin Urged to take the Lead in Forging a New Vision for North American Cooperation”. In this, they literally say, “all of the CCCE’s 150 member CEOs are involved in this ambitious two-year initiative”. This document referred to statements and suggestions made by the President and CEO of the CCCE, Thomas D’Aquino…
(Some of the members of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE): William F. Morris Senior Managing Director and President, Canada, Accenture Inc., Calin Rovinescu, President and Chief Executive Officer, Air Canada, Kelvin Dushnisky, Co-President, Barrick Gold Corporation, George A. Cope, President and Chief Executive Officer, BCE Inc. and Bell Canada, John Chen, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Chair, Board of Directors, Blackberry, William Downe, Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group, Alain Bellemare, President and Chief Executive Officer, Bombardier Inc., David M. Culver, Past Chair, Canadian Council of Chief Executives, Thomas d’Aquino, Distinguished Lifetime Member and Former Chief Executive, Canadian Council of Chief Executives, Richard George, Distinguished Lifetime Member, Canadian Council of Chief Executives, The Honourable John Manley, P.C., President and Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Council of Chief Executives, Ryan Kubik, President and Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Oil Sands Limited, Hunter Harrison, Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Pacific Railway Limited, Brian Ferguson, President & Chief Executive Officer, Census Energy Inc., Michael E. Roach, President and Chief Executive Officer, CGI Group Inc., Jeff Lehrmann, President, Chevron Canada Limited, Victor Dodig, President and Chief Executive Officer, CIBC, Katherine Bardswick, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Co-operators Group Limited, Ronald N. Mannix, Chairman, Coril Holdings Ltd., Frank Vettese, Managing Partner and Chief Executive, Deloitte, Deborah Stephens, President, Dow Chemical Canada ULC, Al Monaco, President and Chief Executive Officer, Enbridge Inc., Doug Suttles, President and Chief Executive Officer, Encana Corporation, Trent Henry, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Ernst & Young LLP, Dianne Craig, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Sam Sebastian, Managing Director, Google Canada, Lloyd Bryant, President and Chief Executive Officer, Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co., Paulo Maia, President and Chief Executive Officer, HSBC Bank Canada, Asim Ghosh, President and Chief Executive Officer, Husky Energy Inc., Dino Trevisani, President, IBM Canada, Rich M. Kruger, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Imperial Oil Limited, Galen G. Weston, Executive Chairman and President, Loblaw Companies Limited, Donald Walker, Chief Executive Officer, Magna International Inc., Janet Kennedy, President, Microsoft Canada Inc., Toshiya Inaoka, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mitsubishi Canada Ltd., Louis O. Vachon, President and Chief Executive Officer, National Bank of Canada, Fang Zhi, Chief Executive Officer, Nexen Energy ULC, John Helou, President, Pfizer Canada, André Desmarais, Deputy Chairman, President and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Power Corporation of Canada, Guy Laurence, President and Chief Executive Officer, Rogers Communications David McKay, President and Chief Executive Officer, Royal Bank of Canada, Brian Porter, President and Chief Executive Officer, Scotiabank, Bradley S. Shaw, Chief Executive Officer, Shaw Communications Inc., Lorraine Mitchelmore, President and Canada Country Chair, Shell Canada Limited, Robert G. Card, President and Chief Executive Officer, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., Steve Williams, President and Chief Executive Officer, Suncor Energy, Hal Kvisle, President and Chief Executive Officer, Talisman Energy, Group President and Chief Executive Officer, TD Bank Group, Darren Entwistle, Executive Chair, TELUS, Elías Díaz Sése, President, Tim Hortons Inc., Russ Girling, President and Chief Executive Officer, TransCanada Corporation… http://www.ceocouncil.ca/about-ccce/members )
(Stephen Harper’s younger brother, Grant, works as an accountant for Talisman Energy, a Calgary-based oil & gas company, & Hal Kvisle, President & Chief Executive Officer, Talisman Energy is a CCCE member & attends the secret SPP meetings)
This document was written up before Martin became the Prime Minister, as is also evident by what is listed at the bottom of this same document in naming who the Executive Committee, Chairmen and Vice Chairmen of the CCCE are, among them, “David L. Emerson”.
Clearly, it is evident that Paul Martin was taking the advice of the CCCE, as he appointed Emerson to be his Minister of Energy. After this two-year initiative by the CCCE ended, the “Independent Task Force on the Future of North America” was formed with the CFR in the United States…
It is literally shocking how far along these proposals have come. Firstly, in June of 2005, the Security and Prosperity Ministers of all three countries submitted a Report to Leaders on progress, and the Canadian ministers include Minister of Industry and former Vice-Chair of the CCCE, David Emerson, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Anne McLellan, and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pierre Stewart Pettigrew. American Ministers included Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Homeland Security Director Michael Chertoff, as well as the Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez…
In March of 2006, the leaders of the three countries again held a summit meeting for the Security and Prosperity Partnership, this time with Fox, Bush and newly elected Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper…
…The Security and Prosperity Ministers who signed this report were the same American Ministers who signed the previous one, namely, Michael Chertoff and Condoleezza Rice, and on the Canadian side, with the newly elected Canadian Conservative government, the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Stockwell Day, Minister of Industry Maxime Bernier and Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay. Meanwhile, former Industry Minister in the Liberal government, David Emerson, (from the Canadian Council of Chief Executives), was asked by Prime Minister Harper to cross the aisle and join the Conservative cabinet, where he now sits as Minister of International Trade…
…this SPP agreement is largely secretive and out of the public view…How it works is that the agendas and initiatives under the SPP, which literally cover every aspect of our society, from integration of trade laws, economies, defense, (and with that foreign policy), emergency response, education, transportation, immigration, health and environmental regulations, resources, energy, law enforcement, intelligence, ID cards and a single currency, all these initiatives are not listed as being under a “treaty”, because a treaty would have to go through the three countries’ respective Parliaments and Congressional bodies, and therefore be subjected to examination and debate, and thusly, become aware to the public. So, the people behind this call the SPP a “dialogue”, and in actuality work through merging the bureaucracies of our three countries, working through the different branches of government where they propose different initiatives to take, which the Executive branch (Prime Minister’s Office and Cabinet/ White House and Presidential Administration) pushes and approves, stating that they are “Canadian”, or “American” initiatives, but in reality are “harmonizing” all the changes to be integrated with all three North American countries, to more easily merge us into a North American Union, secretly and without the public being aware. The idea is that they want to move this process of integration so far along without public knowledge that by the time the public becomes aware, remember they state that we must be in this “North American Community” (Union), by 2010, at which time it will be far too late for the public to oppose it, as it will have already become a reality…
On September 12-14, 2006, representatives from all three countries met in secret at the Banff Springs Hotel to convene the North American Forum. This information was brought to light through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests made in the United States by a government watchdog group, Judicial Watch. Included in the FOIA documents, is a list of all the attendees, as well as the agenda being discussed and pursued.
The three Co-Chairs of the North American Forum were, from Mexico, Pedro Aspe, the former Finance Minister of Mexico and currently a director of the McGraw Hill Companies and The Carnegie Corporation, from Canada, Peter Lougheed, the former Premier of Alberta, currently a director on five Canadian corporations as well as being a member of the Trilateral Commission and is Chancellor Emeritus of Queen’s University in Kingston, and from the United States, George P. Shultz, the former US Secretary of State under the Reagan Administration, was in the Nixon Administration and was President of Bechtel Group (an engineering and construction firm that gets large contracts in the ‘war on terror’) and currently sits as Chairman of the International Advisory Council of JP Morgan Chase.
The Canadian participants in the North American Forum include Stockwell Day, the SPP Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Greg Melchin, the Minister of Energy in the government of Alberta, Perin Beatty, the President and CEO of Canadian manufacturers and Exporters, Peter M. Boehm, Assistant Deputy Minister, North America, Thomas D’Aquino, President and CEO of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, Vice-Chair of the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America as well as being one of the architects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and is a member of the North American Competitiveness Council (NACC). Other Canadian members include John English, Executive Director at the Center for International Governance Innovation, Brian Felesky, a director of TransCanada Power, Suncor Energy, Fairquest Energy and is Vice-Chair of the Canada West Foundation, Richard George, the President and CEO of Suncor Energy, is a member of the NACC, as well as being a Chairman of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, James Gray, Chair of the Canada West Foundation, a board member of the Canadian National Railway Company, member of the advisory board of Lazard Canada, Fred Green, President and CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway, V. Peter Harder, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Harold Kvisle, CEO of TransCanada Corporation, as well as being on the boards of PrimeWest Energy Inc., and the Bank of Montreal, Gaetan Lavertu, the Canadian Ambassador to Mexico, John Manley, former Deputy Prime Minister and a Vice Chair of the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America and is on the boards of Nortel Networks, CIBC, and Canadian Pacific Railway, Colin Robertson, Minister & Head of the Advocacy Secretariat at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, and was a member of the team that negotiated the NAFTA agreement, Berel Rodal, Vice Chairman on the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict and is on the boards of and is an advisor to technology firms in Canada, the United States and Europe, Gordon Smith, Chairman of the International Development Research Committee and is a member of the Trilateral Commission.
(Fred Green, President and CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway attended the secret SPP meetings & Canadian Pacific Railway CEO is a member of CCCE…
American participants in the North American Forum include General Peter Pace, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest military position in the United States, Deborah Bolton, Political Advisor to the Commander the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), and the Commander of the United States Northern Command (NORTHCOM), Ronald T. Covais, President of the Americas at the Lockheed Martin Corporation, the largest weapons manufacturer and defense contractor in the world, Christopher Henry, the Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, Carla A. Hills, Chairman and CEO of Hills & Company, former US Trade Representative in the George H.W. Bush Administration, Vice Chair of the Council on Foreign Relations, which was the principal sponsor of the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America, a member of the Executive Committee of the Trilateral Commission, Co-Chair of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a top US think tank, Caryn Hollis, the Principal Director of Western Hemisphere Affairs in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for International Security Affairs in the Pentagon, Robert James, President of Asset Management, Inc., a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Admiral Timothy J. Keating, the Commander of US Northern Command and NORAD, M. Peter McPherson, on the board of Dow Jones, and was Director of Economic Policy in Iraq, formerly worked in senior executive positions at Bank of America, former Deputy Secretary of the US Treasury, where he was instrumental in the negotiations for the Canadian Free Trade Agreement, Doris Meissner, a Senior Fellow at the Migration Policy Institute and member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Mary Anastasia O’Grady, Editorial Board Member of the Wall Street Journal, a former employee of Merrill Lynch & Co., Robert Pastor, Director of the Center for North American Studies and Vice President of International Affairs and professor of International Relations at American University, also author of the book, “Toward a North American Community”, and a Vice-Chair of the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, William J. Perry, a professor at Stanford University and former Secretary of Defense, the head of the Pentagon during much of the Clinton Administration, Thomas A. Shannon, Jr., the Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemispheres who works for Condoleezza Rice, David G. Victor, a Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Maj. General Mark A. Volcheff, Director of Plans, Policy & Strategy for NORAD…
…It is now painfully clear that our so-called “representatives” do not work in the interests of the people they are supposed to represent, but rather work for the interests of giant corporations who seek to have total control. I hope everyone joins in a national and perhaps continental day of action on August 20, 2007, to peacefully protest the treasonous agenda being pursued by the North American political, military and corporate elite, who seek “Security” for themselves from free, democratic and constitutional societies, and “Prosperity” for their select clique of giant corporations over the prosperity of people, life and liberty.”
“Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power” – Benito Mussolini
“CGI launches defence and intelligence unit to provide Canada with leading edge solutions and global capabilities – Ottawa, Ontario, September 29, 2011
CGI today announced the opening of a new Canadian Defence, Public Safety and Intelligence business unit based in Ottawa with capabilities to serve the Canadian Armed Forces around the globe.
In addition, the Company also announced the appointment of Lieutenant General Andrew Leslie to lead the new Defence, Public Safety and Intelligence unit.
After a distinguished career serving Canada’s Armed Forces for over 30 years, as former Chief of the Land Staff and, more recently, Chief of Transformation Lt.-Gen. Leslie retired from the military in early September 2011. An expert in risk management and strategic planning, Lt.-Gen. Leslie is well known for leading global missions, including NATO combat operations.
Recipient of several prestigious awards and decorations, Lt.-Gen. Leslie has been awarded both the Meritorious Service Medal and Cross, as well as the Commander of the U.S. Legion of Merit for his leadership in Afghanistan. He recently tabled a Transformation Report commissioned by the Ministry of National Defence, which makes more than 40 recommendations to efficiently transform Canada’s Armed Forces to better prepare for tomorrow’s challenges.
“I look forward to serving Canadians in a different capacity but with equally targeted objectives,” commented Lt.-Gen. Leslie. “An efficient government able to take innovative actions combined with technologically savvy military and intelligence capabilities are needed to defend and protect all Canadians. I’m proud to join CGI, a home-grown global champion to help meet these unprecedented security challenges head-on.”
With a 35-year history of partnering with nearly 100 Canadian government civilian agencies, CGI’s work in defence and intelligence has remained limited.
“It’s an honour to have someone of Lieutenant General Leslie’s stature joining our team,” said Doug McCuaig, President of CGI’s Canadian operations. “He has a keen understanding of how to implement change within large, complex organizations and a prestigious track record of success in doing so. Under the General’s leadership, we are very well positioned to expand our work and offer a unique set of solutions to Canada’s defence, public safety and intelligence agencies.”
In the fall of 2011, CGI launched their Canadian defence, public safety and intelligence unit based on similar efforts in the United States. In the spring of 2012, Harper’s government sought to eliminate CSIS’s most critical oversight mechanism, so that Canadians wouldn’t know about CGI taking over CSIS…
“Ottawa abolishes spy overseer’s office”
“Why are we eliminating the CSIS watchers?
The first thing to consider here is that CSIS has grown substantially, by 50 per cent since 2001, and today has about 3,100 employees and spends almost $350 million a year.
Yet now, to save just $1 million, the government is erasing its most critical oversight mechanism.”
“Depleted spy watchdog SIRC scrambles to keep up with CSIS”
“Take state secrets to the grave, or we’ll take you to prison. That’s the less than subtle message Canada recently sent all of its spies.
The federal government amended the Security of Information Act to add a lifelong code of silence.
It applies to spies, RCMP officers and other employees who dip into national security files.”
“CSIS not being forthcoming with court, federal judge says
In a highly unusual statement, the Federal Court says that Justice Richard Mosley found last week that the Canadian Security Intelligence Service was not sufficiently open about all the surveillance alliances it planned to form. Five years ago, CSIS had persuaded him to sign off on a foundational eavesdropping warrant to extend its reach outside Canada.
On Monday, the court gave a hint of what is coming. “Justice Mosley has found that CSIS breached its duty of candour to the Court by not disclosing information that was relevant,” the statement said. And it added that, despite perceptions to the contrary, “the Court considers it necessary to state that the use of ‘the assets of the Five Eyes community’ is not authorized under any warrant issued.”
Right now, CSIS is barred from working outside Canada.”
CGI selected for FBI task order contract
“The contract has no ceiling and Individual task orders can be awarded up to a value of $200 million.”
According to an article in Embassy Magazine, the Harper government is moving forward on several initiatives that could give U.S. FBI and DEA agents the ability to pursue suspects across the land border and into Canada.
But, according to a RCMP officer, they’re doing it in “baby steps.”
“We recognized early that this approach would raise concerns about sovereignty, of privacy, and civil liberties of Canadians” RCMP Chief Superintendent Joe Oliver, the Mounties’ director general for border integrity, told the Senate Committee on National Security and Defence on May 14.”
Customs agents will be allowed to work in each other’s countries under new agreement”
After the merger in 2004, CGI began aggressively pursuing government and public sector contracts — and relationships with politicians that would help them get government and public sector contracts — across Canada, as well as strategically establishing and expanding on key private sector partnerships, including with the banks, telecoms, media, insurance companies, oil and gas companies, etc., and making numerous strategic acquisitions – all with the goal of gaining access to and control over Canadians personal and private information, and power and control over Canadians.
“THE DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE SELECTS CGI FOR THE SUPPORT OF COMMAND AND CONTROL OPERATION TOOLS
April 25, 2005…As part of this contract, some 25 CGI professionals are working in the client’s Val Cartier, Quebec-based research unit. The tools are based on NATO’s standards which enable all allied countries to interface and share vital information. CGI is responsible for the development of several applications based on these standards.”
“CGI’s Canadian Government and Business Transformation
Date: 9th to the 11th of October, 2004″
This 6 page article about CGI published in The Globe and Mail, Report on Business — that barely scratches the surface of CGI’s EXTREME involvement in the lives of Canadians, as you will see by the substantial evidence that follows — reports, “CGI’s ultimate aim is to establish relations so intimate with the client that decoupling becomes almost impossible”…
Note that it reports in the article above that CGI acquired American Management Systems, but the evidence supports that it was the other way around, but for the purpose of American Management Systems plan, it has to appear to be a Canadian company, not an obviously American company.
“The control of information is something the elite always does, particularly in a despotic form of government. Information, knowledge, is power. If you can control information, you can control people.”
– Tom Clancy
“Conservative government spends $20M on media monitoring
The Conservative government has spent $20 million on media monitoring contracts since late 2012, with some of the largest on behalf of a Prime Minister’s Office increasingly focused on message control.
Newly released documents show federal departments and agencies have hundreds of media monitoring contracts and subscriptions – covering print, broadcast, online and social media – to help them keep tabs on what and how journalists are reporting on government.
Some of the largest contracts were from Public Works and Government Services which, “as a common service provider,” is responsible for media monitoring for several departments.”
Here is just one of the many substantial contracts CGI have with Public Works and Government Services, while the evidence proves CGI specialize in cyber spying & surveillance, etc…
CGI’s $128 million contract with Public Works and Government Services…
“The UK is reportedly forming a new army unit for Internet ‘trolling’, which will include at least 2,000 people.”… http://sputniknews.com/europe/20150131/1017593135.html
“Under the terms of the deal, CGI will carry out a four-month assessment of the training given to British Army Signallers, who specialise in networks and telecommunications.
CGI will look to identify areas of training that could benefit from a more digitally led strategy…
“This is a very important step in supporting our efforts to drive digital transformation across the Ministry of Defence and provide world-class training to our armed forces,”
“95 federal departments, agencies, and crown corporations and most of Canada’s provinces partner with CGI”… http://www.cgi.com/en/Canada
CGI manage Canadians electronic health records across Canada…
“The watchdog that keeps an eye on Canada’s electronic spy agency says it cannot be sure the intelligence service’s Five Eyes partners abide by promises to properly protect information about Canadians.
A newly declassified report shows the federally appointed watchdog has recommended that Defence Minister Rob Nicholson issue a directive to Communications Security Establishment Canada that sets out expectations for safeguarding Canadians’ privacy when CSEC shares information with its key allies.”
“CGI’s Initiative for Collaborative Government – Government today collaborates with the private sector in executing a broad range of mission functions…Specific examples of “collaborative government” include…public-private partnerships and cross-jurisdiction data exchanges, just to name a few. The Initiative is focused on helping federal government agencies capitalize on collaborative government models to enhance mission results.”
CGI’s contract with Canada Border Services Agency, just one of many…
“A Quebec man charged with obstructing border officials by refusing to give up his smartphone password says he will fight the charge.
The case has raised a new legal question in Canada, a law professor says.
Alain Philippon, 38, of Ste-Anne-des-Plaines, Que., refused to divulge his cellphone password to Canada Border Services Agency during a customs search Monday night at Halifax Stanfield International Airport.”
The evidence posted on this website proves that CGI use false allegations of mental illness as a weapon to control people, and to serve their interests and the interests of their clients, including insurance companies, so they want as many Canadians as possible to be diagnosed with mental illness…
“Bell Canada in 10-year $4.5 billion outsourcing contract with CGI”
“Our Government would like to encourage all Canadians to participate in the Bell Let’s Talk mental health initiative on January 28.
“Stigma associated with mental illness is one of the biggest barriers to reaching out for help. Our government is working hard to remove this stigma by encouraging discussion around mental illness, including partnering with Bell for Bell Let’s Talk day.
“We all have a part to play in reducing stigma. Learn more about mental illness and what help is available. Talk to each other. Listen to each other. Be kind to one another. We encourage those who are struggling with mental illness to reach out, do not suffer in silence. Help is available.”
The Honourable Robert Nicholson
Minister of National Defence”
CGI’s have many substantial, ongoing contracts with the Department of National Defence.
Cavoukian filed a Notice of Application for Judicial Review asking for an order that the Toronto Police Service stop the practice of indiscriminately disclosing attempted suicide information via the Canadian Police Information Centre database. She calls it privacy-invasive, and says it contravenes Ontario privacy law.
Cavoukian looked into the issue when a woman was turned away at Toronto’s Pearson airport by U.S. customs agents because she was hospitalized years earlier for clinical depression.
“I found it so unnerving to think about the embarrassment and humiliation a person would feel,” Cavoukian said about the incident. “I needed to find out exactly how such sensitive and personal info was ending up in the hands of U.S. border officials.”
CGI have many substantial, ongoing contracts with the RCMP.
“CGI – Police National Database joins forces
…Joining up the existing intelligence held by police forces across the UK was a huge task involving around 200 different databases…CGI and the Home Office worked with each force and agency to standardize its data…The PND was established at one of our secure data centers and linked to force databases and terminals via a fully encrypted network. We installed an intelligent search function that allowed searches by person, object, location or event.”
The evidence supports the Five Eyes are becoming ONE BIG EYE, one BIG BROTHER – CGI, a mega private corporation in partnership with U.S. Defense and Intelligence agencies, AND the 1%…
“The government has selected CGI to develop a National Security Vetting Solution (NSVS) to improve the efficiency and security of personnel vetting processes across the UK government.
CGI has previously delivered a vetting solution named Cerberus to the Ministry of Defence, but the new deal will see this role expanded to encompass all of Whitehall.”
“Border deal fuels concerns in Canada
Armed U.S. police officers will for the first time be allowed to operate in Canada along with the RCMP as part of far-reaching changes in Canadian-American border operations to be unveiled next week by Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Barack Obama.
“CGI Announces that David L. Johnston Will Resign from its Board of Directors”
Fingerprinting required for certain positions as of July 2015″
CGI have access to your email, Internet & phone records & conversations…
“Canada’s top telecom providers, serving 23 million wireless subscribers, have chosen CGI for our IT services expertise…We’ve built long-term partnerships with Canadian clients, such as Bell Canada”
“Bill S-4, is a piece of legislation the government introduced last year that could drastically invade your privacy. Ironically titled the Digital Privacy Act, the Bill would allow your telecom company to share your private information not just with government but with virtually any private company.”
CGI have many substantial, ongoing contracts with the Department of National Defence & the RCMP.
Kelly Richard On Canadian Parliamentary Shootings & False Flag Terror:
…please consider the important evidence I have to add to it…