Sunday, December 9, 2012

IN THE MATTER OF an application by [...] For warrants pursuant to section 16 and 21 of The Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act R. S. C. 1985, c. C-23 AND IN THE MATTER OF [...]
  2012 FC 1437

[106] As I have explained in the above analysis, I have concluded that, properly interpreted, subsection 16(2) prohibits the interception of the communications of [a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or corporation], including […], except insofar as those communications may be incidentally intercepted through the exercise of warrant powers in relation to the communications of [a foreign state or group of foreign states, corporation or person]. As a result, I have dismissed the Service’s application for […] warrants, insofar as it relates to [a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or corporation].