To what I have seen, according to the accusations, @ConorMcGregorsBeard is incorrect in his statement. I assumed anyone who would have responded had heard about the news story. It was all anyone was talking about yesterday on most Canadian news sites. Maybe I picked a shitty article to post, the intention was discussion on the topic, not the quality of the article. Good ol' assumptions. Wait, nowhere anywhere did it say any of the info shared was actually a threat to national security, certainly not a bomb threat against a pipeline. Info shared on those associated with groups protesting the pipeline is a far stretch from info on a specific threat against a pipeline. Feel free to show me if you seen info indicating the information share, both ways, was a specific bomb threat or anything similar. CSIS is not supposed to have any law enforcement power, they are a data collection and spy agency. If they find a specific credible threat, they pass it onto the RCMP, not a private oil company. The pipeline isnt build so its not like they had to inform the company of an impending bomb on site... duh *edit, CSIS has some but very minimal enforcement power created with controversy recently, but those enforcement powers wouldn't pertain to this situation so still no reason to inform an oil company of a hypothetical bomb threat against a pipe line that has not yet been built.