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The official story is that John Watkins, Canadian ambassador to the Soviet Union, died of a heart attack on the evening of October 12, 1964, while at dinner with friends in Montreal. But this story began to unravel in 1982 when Adams discovered, deep in the Montreal archives, the name of an RCMP intelligence officer on the ambassador's death certificate. Years of investigation led him to the CIA, whose operations in Canada during the Cold War years were focused not only on Watkins but on the prime minister himself.