Now, I know this map from the recruiting video on CSE's website was probably slapped together by some PR firm, and of course it was never intended to be an authoritative depiction of Canada's borders.
You're a Canadian government agency. An intelligence agency. A foreign intelligence agency.
You're supposed to know where Canada ends and the rest of the world begins.
This map is a travesty.
A huge chunk of Alaska, including the entire Alaskan panhandle, has been absorbed by Canada. (1903 is avenged!) Even Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson appears to be in Canadian territory, which might come as a bit of a shock to the Canadian Forces personnel working on exchange with the U.S. forces there.
Most of Maine has been annexed. (Another boundary dispute revisited.)
And the 49th parallel is...
Well, it's not parallel, which is sort of the fundamental characteristic of a line of latitude.
Yes, I know, it's just a throwaway graphic that appears briefly in a recruiting video. So big deal.
But it's sloppy.
Nobody expects intelligence agencies to get everything right. But we can and should expect them to try.