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Former head of the RCMP Canine Division named new CSIS Director.

Photo: First time female is top dog of Canadian intelligence service.

(SNN) – With a proven track record of sniffing out crime, former head of the RCMP Canine Division, Mitzi Hündin, has been appointed the new Director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS). “It is with great pride, I announce 'The Hündin's', as she is known by, appointment to head CSIS,” said Justice Minister Nob Richolson, “She has proven to be a true 'leader of the pack'.”

Hündin gained National Fame when she uncovered planted explosives on an Air Canada flight at the Toronto Airport in 2007. The flight was about to taxi when Hündin ran out and began to jump up and down while howling, effectively halting the aircraft's take-off.

“She is extremely smart,” said former handler and member of the RCMP, Sgt. Preston. “Many criminals have learned that her bite is much worse than her bark.” Preston added, "She's one tough bitch."

Hündin has signed on for a five-year appointment, after turning down a top position with the Canadian SPCA.

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