Jeffrey Delisle

Military Was Furious About Not Being Able To Court Martial Spy

CP | Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press | Posted 11.22.2013 | Canada Politics

OTTAWA - The Canadian military was privately furious the Harper government did not allow it to court-martial a naval intelligence officer who sold top...

Toews Mum About CSIS Silence On Delisle

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 07.27.2013 | Canada Politics

OTTAWA - Public Safety Minister Vic Toews won't say why Canada's spy agency stood back and let the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation brief the RCMP...

CSIS Knew Of Spy's Pilfering

CP | Jim Bronskill and Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press | Posted 07.26.2013 | Canada

OTTAWA - Canada's spy agency clandestinely watched a navy officer pass top secret information to Russia for months without briefing the RCMP — a pre...

Are You a Dual Citizen? Kenney's Got Plans for You

Omar Alghabra | Posted 04.21.2013 | Canada Politics
Omar Alghabra

If you are a Canadian citizen who holds any other citizenship, you should know that the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration is pushing to pass a law that would render you a second class citizen. You may not feel threatened by this bill as you may never see yourself in a position where you would be accused of committing acts of terror or war, but this bill is declaring your citizenship to be worth less than your fellow Canadian.

BOOTED

CP | Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press | Posted 04.15.2013 | Canada Politics

OTTAWA - Former naval officer Jeffrey Delisle, who spied for the Russians, was stripped of his commission, his service decorations and kicked out of t...

$72,000 For Selling Canada's Secrets?

CP | Alison Auld, The Canadian Press | Posted 04.02.2013 | Canada Politics

HALIFAX - Lawyers arguing the case of a disgraced naval officer who sold military secrets to Russia gave conflicting accounts of the damage his treach...

Ex-Wife Recalls Navy Spy As 'Good Guy' Gone Wrong

CBC | Posted 03.12.2013 | Canada Politics

The ex-wife of the Canadian navy intelligence officer who pleaded guilty to espionage charges in October says that “the Jeff that I married is not t...

Canada Learned About Navy Spy From U.S.

CBC | Posted 01.29.2013 | Canada Politics

The news that Sub-Lt Jeffrey Delisle, the Canadian naval officer who pleaded guilty to spying in October, could have been caught earlier — as inform...

McCain Calls Canada's Navy Spy Scandal 'A Sad Story'

CBC | Posted 01.17.2013 | Canada Politics

U.S. Senator John McCain says people who work in high security positions should give up some of their civilian rights in light of Canada's recent inte...

Spy Will Keep His Rank And Salary

CBC | Posted 12.11.2012 | Canada

Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle, who has pleaded guilty to selling military secrets to Russia, still holds his rank and receives a salary, the Department...

The Spy Who Pleaded Guilty

CP | Alison Auld, The Canadian Press | Posted 12.10.2012 | Canada

HALIFAX - A Canadian naval officer pleaded guilty to espionage Wednesday, five years after a Crown lawyer said he walked into the Russian embassy, off...

Preliminary Hearing Set For Accused Spy

CBC | Posted 09.17.2012 | Canada Politics

A Canadian navy intelligence officer accused of spying will have a preliminary hearing this fall in Halifax. Sub.-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisl...

Accused Canadian Spy Back In Court

CP | Alison Auld, The Canadian Press | Posted 08.12.2012 | Canada

HALIFAX - The lawyer for a Canadian navy intelligence officer accused of spying says he has to wade through thousands of documents — many of them bl...

Spying Trial Delayed

CP | Alison Auld, The Canadian Press | Posted 05.09.2012 | Canada

HALIFAX - The case of a Halifax navy intelligence officer accused of espionage has been adjourned until next month because his lawyer has not yet rece...

Spying Trial Resumes

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 05.09.2012 | Canada

HALIFAX - The case of a Halifax navy intelligence officer accused in a case of espionage returns to court today.Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Delisle is charged wit...

Canada Should Make an Example out of Jeffrey Delisle

Peter Worthington | Posted 06.30.2012 | Canada
Peter Worthington

Accused of spying for Russia, Canadian RCN Sub-Lieutenant Jeffrey Delisle's next court appearance is May 8. The charges against Delisle are the first since the Information Security Act came into effect after 9/11. If guilty, Delisle is treasonous and deserves whatever sentence he may get.

Price To Prosecute Spy Scandal Case Will Be Steep

CBC | Posted 03.27.2012 | Canada Politics

Criminal law experts say prosecuting a spy scandal case involving a Canadian naval officer will likely present a steep and expensive lear...

Canada Expels Russian Diplomats Over Alleged Spy Case

CP | By Murray Brewster and Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press | Posted 03.20.2012 | Canada

OTTAWA - Media reports say Ottawa has expelled four Russian embassy staff in connection with a Canadian naval officer accused of passing secrets to a ...

Ottawa Expelled Russians After Spy Allegations

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 03.20.2012 | Canada Politics

Days after a Canadian officer was accused of spying, the Canadian government has reportedly sent Russian embassy staff home, according to media report...

Accused Spy Had Access To Nerve-Centre Of National Defence

CP | Jim Bronskill and Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press | Posted 03.19.2012 | Canada

OTTAWA - The junior naval officer accused of spying for a foreign entity spent almost his entire career in intelligence and, at one time, worked in th...

Espionage Case Adjourned Until January 25

CP | Murray Brewster and Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press | Posted 03.18.2012 | Canada

OTTAWA - The Harper government hunkered down Tuesday in an attempt to weather an unfolding spy drama involving a naval officer who worked at one of th...

Naval Officer Charged With Sharing State Secrets

CP | Melanie Patten, The Canadian Press | Posted 03.17.2012 | Canada

UPDATE: CTV News is reporting that naval intelligence officer Jeffrey Paul Delisle was allegedly sharing classified information with Russia. Sources t...