Canada’s national intelligence agency took an interest in the Danforth shooting for at least six months after the tragic event unfolded, new “top secret” documents obtained by True North’s Anthony Furey confirm for the first time.

Many questions remained unanswered, but this confirms that CSIS was involved in the response effort.

The day after the shooting, then-public safety minister Ralph Goodale’s office stated “there is no national security nexus to the investigation” and would not answer questions at the time about whether CSIS was participating in the investigation.

Anthony Furey explains in his latest video.

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