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each of these agencies reported to a different ministers, this caused considerable overlapping in responsibilities and active investigations.Thus, the system proved an unworkable amalgam and it was only a matter of time before a clearer system would be worked out, or it would be scrapped altogether.
1864 marked the formation of two secret police forces and the formal intelligence service in Canada.
Prime Minister Robert Borden called a meeting with A. Perry, the commissioner of the RNWMP, in August 1919 to discuss the unworkable intelligence system in Canada and find a solution to it.
Perry supplied a blueprint with several options days later.
The fledgling intelligence services in Canada grew in the 1900s and its network of officers expanded. Paid a substantial monthly stipend by the Indian, British, and Canadian governments, Hopkinson was assassinated in Victoria, British Columbia, in 1914 by a Sikh nationalist named Mewa Singh. Coordination of the decentralized Canadian wartime security effort was the responsibility of the DP.
The network, which had depended so much upon Hopkinson's mercenary style, fell apart shortly thereafter under his successors Robert Nathan, Malcolm J. However, Other agencies such as the RNWMP, the Department of Immigration and provincial and municipal authorities also conducted investigations.
This reform was caused by a report released by the Mc Donald Commission in 1981.