National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians
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The National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians is a Parliament of Canada committee appointed to oversee Canada's national security and intelligence activities. The multi-partisan committee includes representatives from the House of Commons and the Senate and has a broad government-wide mandate and special access to highly classified information. The Committee also perform strategic and systemic reviews of the legislative, regulatory, policy, expenditure and administrative frameworks under which national security activities are conducted.