About a year ago I played a large role in releasing the G20 Papers a large trove of security and intelligence documents that were made available to journalists, academics and the public at large. Documents based on those documents appeared in publications such as Globe and Mail, CBC.ca, Briarpatch and the Dominion.
It was a lot of work to create an index that made the documents useful, and getting the documents online so that they could be downloaded. Unfortunately I chose to use a file sharing service to store the files, and the link has now expired so they can no longer be downloaded. Finding a more permanent archive for these files will take more time and energy than I have to spend on it.
Since the release of the G20 Papers a lot of other G20 related security documents have been released through Access to Information requests. I decided I would individually release some of these documents.
In this post I am publishing a document called the JIG Dictionary. Among other things the document lists 22 organizations that have been listed as 'Domestic Groups of Concern'. The groups range from Southern Ontario Anarchist Resistance(SOAR), an anarchist group at the centre of a high profile conspiracy case, to Oxfam a charitable organization dedicated tobuilding lasting solutions to global poverty and injustice.
The Following is a list of the Domestic Groups of Concern followed by a copy of the Document:
Here is the Document:
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