Super Secret Canadian Anti-Terrorism Base - Not So Secret
Highly classified blueprints for a Canadian anti-terrorism response facility were dumped unceremoniously in a garbage can on Bank street in Ottawa last October. The investigation was discussed today by Stockwell Day, Canada's Minister of Public Safety, who has said that the Canadian Joint Incident Response Unit is not in the least concerned.
The Department of Defence has been reviewing contractor bids to build such a facility, and this appears to be a declined proposal that got binned on the way out of a meeting.
It appears that the only thing to come out of this is a call to review the bid process, and suggestions that all documents get shredded rather than returned to the prospective contractors. Only one tube was picked out of the garbage by a Rideau Institute Policy Analyst (what was he doing picking in the garbage on Bank st???), the other six tubes have disappeared.