Jeffrey Paul Delisle


Spy Will Keep His Rank And Salary

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 of National Defence confirmed to CBC News. But t...

The Spy Who Pleaded Guilty

HALIFAX - A Canadian naval officer pleaded guilty to espionage Wednesday, five years after a Crown lawyer said he walked into the Russian embassy, offered up military secrets for money and began a rel...

Canadian Spy Case Back In Court

HALIFAX - The case of a Canadian navy intelligence officer accused of spying is set to return to court today in Halifax.Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle faces two charges under the Security of Information...

Publication Ban On Navy Espionage Case

HALIFAX - A Nova Scotia judge will decide Friday whether to grant bail to a navy intelligence officer accused in a rare case of espionage.Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle appeared in Halifax provincial co...

Lawyer In Alleged Espionage Case Quits

OTTAWA - A handful of staff at the military's principal East Coast intelligence centre have been relocated following a spy scandal involving a junior naval officer.A senior official in Defence Ministe...

The Spy Who's Still Out in the Cold

What, one wonders, are the "secrets" S/Lt. Deslisle would be handing off or peddling to the Russians? We don't have much of a navy these days, and telling the Russians (presuming Delisle was) which dry-dock our four aging submarines (that the British conned us into buying) are being repaired in, can't be a much of an espionage coup.