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Cablegate: G8 Experts Meeting On Critical Information

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UNCLAS OTTAWA 000700

SIPDIS

STATE FOR PM-MICHELE MARKOFF AND WHA/CAN

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KCIP PREL KCRM EINT KJUS CA
SUBJECT: G8 EXPERTS MEETING ON CRITICAL INFORMATION
INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION: CANADIAN DELEGATION

REF: REF: SECSTATE 58408

1. Following is the list of the Canadian delegation who will
participate in the G8 CIP Experts Meeting in Paris March
24-26:

William de Laat (Head of Delegation)
Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency
Preparedness

Michael Bitz
Industry Canada

Brenda Hensler-Hobbs
Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency
Preparedness

Shannon Hiegel
Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency
Preparedness

Daniel Lambert
Solicitor General of Canada

Peter Macaulay
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Rob McLeod
Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Nathalie Schryer
Foreign Affairs and International Trade

Julie Spallin
Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency
Preparedness

2. Mission point of contact for CIP and general homeland
security issues is economics officer Glenn Griffin, Tel:
613-688-5243 or 688-5211, Fax 613-688-3087,
email:griffinbg@state.gov.

3. Several of these Canadian officials are also involved in
the U.S.- Canada Joint Bilateral Steering Committee on CIP,
which is meeting in Washington March 18-19.
CELLUCCI

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