Originally Posted by Greylocks
Oh, if you want proof, you'll have to show me proof of your security clearance first.
I would like to remind you of this paragraph on the SECURITY SCREENING CERTIFICATE AND BRIEFING FORM that you signed when you receive your clearance:
If an individual fails to safeguard, releases without appropriate authority or uses information/assets for unauthorized purposes, such action may constitute a contravention of the Security of Information Act, the Access to Information Act, the Privacy Act or other Acts of Parliament, a breach of the Government Security Policy or the Oath of Secrecy. These provisions apply both during and after service to the Government of Canada.
I suggest you review the Security of Information Act
before perusing any action(s) related to you quoted statement. Specifically Section 4.1.A.