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The aim of this conference is to identify and analyze the impacts of recent major shifts in the international security environment on the changing character of warfare. Though broad in its interest, this conference seeks to explore those issues that resonate across all domains related to security and defence in this new era of Great Power competition. CIN/RCR will be interested in whether the intelligence enterprise effectiveness is recognized as a strategic asset. See https://www.thekcis.org/conference.
Canadian Foreign Intelligence History Project (CFIHP). Plan to attend a symposium to discuss Accessing Historic Records on Intelligence and International Affairs, to be held on 20 October 2023, in Ottawa. Register here.
CIN/RCR members are encouraged to register to attend this online event. It is perhaps the best of its kind in Canada and we can help draw a truly national audience.
Members may be interested in some of the intelligence courses being run in National Security Program, at the University of Ottawa Professional Development Institute.
INTELLIGENCE IN THE RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR
Ian MacVicar is teaching a course for the Senior's College Association of Nova Scotia, on the Russia-Ukraine war, including some interesting intelligence aspects. See https://www.thescans.org/courses-winter-2023.html.
CONGRATULATIONS TO NEW CIN/RCR DIRECTORS
On behalf of all members of CIN/RCR I wish to congratulate and welcome Hugh Henry and Rob Mendoza, who were elected to the CIN/RCR Board of Directors at the 2023 AGM. Both Hugh and Rob have considerable professional experience within the Canadian intelligence enterprise and they will be of great value in developing and growing the CIN/RCR program.
The Public Order Emergency Commission conducted hearings into the invocation of the Emergency Measures Act in February 2022. A final report was made public on 24 February 2023. The full report and Commission proceedings are available on the Commission website, at https://publicorderemergencycommission.ca/final-report/