2020 Annual Report of the National Security and Intelligence Committee Of Parliamentarians Tabled in Parliament
April 12, 2021
Ottawa — The 2020 Annual Report of the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) was tabled in Parliament today, Monday, April 12, 2021.
The 47-page report presents an update to the national security threat assessment first included in the Committee’s 2018 Annual Report. This overview examines the most significant threats, including terrorism, espionage and foreign interference, cyber threats, major organized crime, and weapons of mass destruction.
The Honourable David McGuinty, Chair of NSICOP, stated that “the Committee’s report represents the latest comprehensive summary of the major threats to Canada’s national security in a period of heightened global instability.”
The classified version of the report was delivered to the Prime Minister on December 18, 2020.
After tabling, the report will be available on the NSICOP website at https://www.nsicop-cpsnr.ca/reports-rapports-en.html.
Media may submit requests for interviews or further information to the Acting Executive Director of the NSICOP Secretariat, Sean Jorgensen (contact information below).
Acting Executive Director
National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians