1950 – CREST – BOUNDARY LINE BETWEEN NEWFOUNDLAND AND THE ISLANDS OF GRANDE MIQUELON, PETITE MIQUELON, AND SAINT PIERRE

Note: document classé de la Central Intelligence Agency, rendu public en septembre 2012.
Fichier : CIA-RDP08C01297R000800290001-4.pdf    202.85 KB
Document Type:  CREST
Collection:  General CIA Records
Document Number (FOIA) /ESDN (CREST):
CIA-RDP08C01297R000800290001-4
Release Decision:  RIPPUB
Original Classification:  K
Document Release Date: September 26, 2012

Publication Date:  January 17, 1950
Content Type:  MEMO

Source: CIA Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Electronic Reading Room.…

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1999 : Canada a key snooper in huge spy network

Canada a key snooper in huge spy network
Report says alliance is able to intercept nearly any message
Jim Bronskill The Ottawa Citizen
Monday, May 24, 1999

Canada belongs to a global spy network capable of snooping on virtually every type of communication, from long-distance phone calls to Internet e-mail, says a newly published study.

The detailed report, prepared for the European Parliament, warns that the electronic intelligence agencies of the world’s major English-speaking countries increasingly use the information they collect to gain an upper hand on economic rivals.

It concludes the surveillance web controlled by the UKUSA alliance — …

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L’île Verte – Terre française ou canadienne ?

I. Interprétations de l’accord de 1972
Lors de l’accord de 1972, sa position fut utilisée pour délimiter les eaux territoriales entre les deux pays. On en retrouve un extrait dans la publication
« Limits in the Seas, No. 57, « Canada-St. Pierre and Miquelon Territorial Sea Boundary, »12 September 1974 »
On y lit : « The line which determines the limit of the territorial waters of Canada and the zones submitted to the fishery jurisdiction of France extends northward and westward in a series of eight connected straight lines joining the following points (…)
5 The low water mark …

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