|Canadian Forces Intelligence Command|
|Commandement du renseignement des Forces canadiennes (French)|
|Branch||Canadian Armed Forces|
|Part of||Canadian Armed Forces|
|Motto(s)||Latin: Scientia est vis, lit. 'From knowledge, strength'|
|Commander-in-chief||Charles III, King of Canada, represented by the governor general|
|Current commander||Major-General M.C. Wright|
Canadian Forces Intelligence Command (CFINTCOM; French: Commandement du renseignement des Forces canadiennes, COMRENSFC) is the organization that centralizes all intelligence collection and assessment capabilities of the Canadian Armed Forces.
CFINTCOM was formed in 2013 by bringing the head of defence intelligence's office and all the CF's intelligence units into one military formation, replacing the Chief of Defence Intelligence Organisation.
In April 2020, Canadian media reported that CFINTCOM's Medical Intelligence Cell ((MEDINT) collected information related to the COVID-19 pandemic when the outbreak started at Wuhan.
In June 2021, it was reported that Major General Michael Wright assumed command of CFINTCOM. He replaces Vice Admiral Scott Bishop.
The main formation within the command is the Canadian Forces Intelligence Group (CF Int Gp), which consists of the following units: