In our final chapter we detail how the security state create an entity known as the “anti-petroleum movement”; preemptive techniques based on an Indigenous “risk forecast”; the criminalization of social movements; and discuss the need to reign-in the security state.
Files used in this chapter include:
Number of Pages: 45
Summary of File: Disclosed documents contain records of meetings between the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP). Some notable documents include: Speaking points for meeting presentation, Post-Conference Report titled “Unclassified Security Briefing for the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers”, and the powerpoint slides for CAPP briefing.
Number of Pages: 30
Summary of File: Disclosed documents contain records from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and the Government Operations Center (GOC). Notable documents include: a Memorandum to the Director titled “Meeting of the Deputy Ministers’ Committee on Resources and Energy” and a Government Operations Center report titled “Government of Canada Risk Forecast, 2014 Protests & Demonstrations Season”.
Number of Pages: 477
Summary of File: Disclosed Documents contain internal emails and reports from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) concerning the Northern Gateway pipelines, critical infrastructure, and national security. Some notable documents include: Internal emails concerning “Northern Gateway Community Hearings Travel Calendar 2012”, Critical Infrastructure Intelligence Team (CIIT) assessments, media overview of opposition to the pipeline via NewsDesk, Aboriginal Issues Bulletin titled “Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline”, and E-Division Aboriginal Policing Services – Monthly Intelligence Reports”.
Number of Pages: 39
Summary of File: Disclosed documents contain a series of intelligence assessments from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)’s Critical Infrastructure Intelligence Team.
Number of Pages: 95
Summary of File: Disclosed documents contain intelligence reports from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Critical Infrastructure Intelligence Assessment in 2014. They are titled “Extremist Exploitation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)” and “Criminal Threats to the Canadian Petroleum Industry”.
Number of Pages: 138
Summary of File: Disclosed documents contain intelligence reports from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Critical Infrastructure Intelligence Assessment in 2014. Notably, the “Finance Sector Threat Assessment”, “Copper Theft and its Threat to Critical Infrastructure”, “Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Activity over Nuclear Power Plants in France”, and “Activities related to Pipeline Infrastructure”.
Number of Pages: 620
Summary of File: Disclosed documents contain briefing notes, reports, and email threads concerning internal communications of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in relation to the activities of the commissioner’s office in response to Indigenous protests, demonstrations, and blockades associated with Idle No More. This document also contains communications related to intelligence sharing nationwide concerning organized events that are by-and-large filed into charts detailing event descriptions and locations. Some notable files include RCMP daily and weekly Situation Reports titled “Protests: Aboriginal-based Issues” and E Division’s Aboriginal Policing Services “Idle No More” Public Order Event Timeline and Strategic Outlook Reports.