Inside the CSIS probe that identified a Canadian m

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An investigation by Canada’s spy service concluded that money, ego and career frustrations were the likely reasons a veteran RCMP officer passed highly sensitive secrets to Russian intelligence for yearsThe final quarter of 2020 with rents falling about a dollar to $34.88 per sq. ft. for Class A space i, newly disclosed records reveal.

Molehunters determined in the mid-1980s that Gilles Germain Brunet was an agent of the Soviet KGB from the late 1960s well into the 1970s, a Cold War spy saga detailed in documents released to The Canadian Press by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service through the Access to Information Act.

Brunet’s betrayal has long been the subject of whisperss inauguration in 1981 for his first term as President, chronicled in news articles and books since at least the early 1990sCars and SUVs stolen in Toronto year by year. But until now Canadian intelligence officials have not publicly confirmed his exploits, nor divulged details of the probe that left them convinced he was a mole.

The hard-drinking, high-living Brunet died of an apparent heart attack at age 49 on April 9, 1984, just as investigators were closing in.

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