I missed this -- is it general knowledge by now?
Subject: SECRET 1971 RCMP REPORT REVEALS GROUP THAT LAUNCHED PROMINENT
LEFTISTS WAS SUBVERSIVE
LifeSite Daily News - March 19, 2002
SECRET 1971 RCMP REPORT REVEALS GROUP THAT LAUNCHED PROMINENT LEFTISTS WAS
OTTAWA - The Globe and Mail reports that a "federal government agency that
helped shape the political careers" of prominent politicians" was a front
for crime, subversion and terrorism dedicated to the destruction of Canadian
society. The report comes from a secret 1971 memorandum on the Company of
Young Canadians (CYC) compiled by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
who had infiltrated the group.
The paper reports the CYC's alumni became a who's who of establishment
political activism: environmentalist and businessman Maurice Strong, CUSO
founder Bill McWhinney, former foreign affairs minister Lloyd Axworthy, Bloc
Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe, former Toronto mayor Barbara Hall, First
Nations leaders Phil Fontaine and Georges Erasmus, Montreal lawyer and
businesswoman Manon Vennat, filmmaker and writer Teri McLuhan, Senator
Thelma Chalifoux and many others.
See the report in the Globe at: