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Special Online Report:
Why mandatory training doesn't raise wage levels
by Brian Robertson

Historical precedent is the best indicator when it comes to determining security wages

Olympics spark 45 per cent jump in business for Commissionaires
Commissionaires BC says the demand for security services triggered by the 2010 Olympics is unprecedented more...

Is security a profession or an unskilled occupation?
by Glen Kitteringham
People who can't be bothered to earn qualifications and improve themselves only have themselves to blame

Book review: The Canadian Security Professionals Guide
Derek Knights takes stock of Chris Menary's latest publication. The verdict? You'll probably want this for your security book shelf more...

This Week in Canadian Security:

Olympics drive business for Commissionaires BC
Security guard requirements reach peak as Vancouver Games approach

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CSIS's Gene McLean talks about the benefits of membership
Issues, talking points and networking opportunities at one of Canada's venerable security associations

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Cyberlock tracks and
controls access to
Keys programmable with special access permissions
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Siqura 5.4 includes
browser-based client
Software is able to integrate into an existing system or to use as networks expand
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Intransa introduces
Multi-Mode technology
Company adds three new appliances to its VideoAppliance line
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On deck: Coming up in the February 2010 issue of
Canadian Security

Cover Story: Olympic screening
How the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority will utilize portable screening units and mobile screening vehicles to assist with additional screening requirements at aerodromes in British Columbia and Calgary during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Winter Games.

Calgary Transit prepares to upgrade security for its C-Train light rail transit system.

In every issue:
Viewpoint with Brian Robertson
CCTV & The Law with Elliott Goldstein
The Security Director’s Perspective: By Glen Kitteringham
Book Review

Calendar of Events:

Pelco/IP Megapixel Cameras and Basic Networking Feb. 2, 2010 - Anixter Toronto,200 Foster Crescent,Mississauga, ON Training Rooms A&B 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Presented by J.R. Correa, Technical Trainer, Pelco (Laptop computer required) Refreshments will be served RSVP to Maria Commissio 905.502.2371

Check out the Calendar of Events on the Canadian Security website for more upcoming industry seminars, conferences, shows and training sessions.

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