Special Investigations insists on meeting CSIS's informant, setting in motion a chain of events that jeopardizes Julianna's life. Meanwhile, Jimmy leads the local Vancouver traffickers in putting up a united front against the American interlopers.
Mary discovers that the Blackmire group is really a CIA front.
Reardon gains the advantage against the Americans; Mary learns that Blackmire is a CIA front; Reardon's alliance with the gangs results in violence on the street.
Reardon meets with a rogue American crew suspected in the murders of both Phan and Dante's lieutenants; Mary comes up with a plan that will safeguard her as a CSIS informant.
Mary persuades Reardon to split his eastern drug connections between two rival gangs.
Mary is pressured by the CIA to stop her investigation of the Blackmire group.
When Mary learns that Reardon may be able to provide valuable intel, she races to convince the Attorney General to keep him in Canada.
Reardon struggles to stay one step ahead of the growing extradition threats; Mary is thrust into matters of Canadian sovereignty.
Mary is ordered to gather intel on her lover; Reardon punishes an opportunistic drug supplier.
Reardon fights to finalize the Bahama Bank deal; Mary is asked to stop a story from being printed.
Reardon struggles to keep peace and cash flowing into the business before it collapses; Mary goes head to head with the FBI.
Reardon faces murder charges; Mary races to uncover the truth behind Reardon's setup.
Reardon goes on the run after the DEA set-up turns ugly; Royden is found killed while under CSIS surveillance.
Reardon tries to find out who within CSIS is planning to out him; Mary tries to remove Royden.
Ronnie and Reardon race to save their Vietnamese accomplice; Mary tries to keep all her informant files away from the mole.
Reardon's stateside weed distributor is swept up in the DEA sting; Dante is determined to find out if Reardon had anything to do with the death of his nephew.
Mary goes after CSIS director Royden; Falcone puts in a gun order with Bingham.
Reardon buys a shipment of drugs from an undercover agent; Mary works with Deakins in order to go after a bigger target.
Reardon's lawyer tries to convince him to set up his own bank; Mary tries to get Deakins suspended.
Mary fears a leak within CSIS caused Lee's death; Ronnie wants to hit the bikers; Reardon meets with the Vietnamese.
Reardon's money laundering leads to conflict with a biker gang; Mary asks Reardon to help her track an arms shipment to Africa.
Mary sets a trap; Reardon gets a tip about who may have ordered the hit on him; Stella runs away from home.
Reardon launches a new money laundering system; Mary starts surveillance on the Mole in her wire room.
O.C.U. Deputy Director, Ted Altman tries to convince the DEA to go after Reardon; Reardon's ex-wife tries to get sole custody of their daughter.
Mary Spalding tries to infiltrate Jimmy Reardon's criminal organization by placing an undercover operator inside his strip club.
Drug trafficker tries to get his grower out of the country; O.C.U. Director is being groomed for a position at CSIS.