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Ottawa worried about 'chill' in ethnic communities over research security: memos

The federal government has been working for months to prepare a list of sensitive research areas and the names of labs and institutions considered a risk to national security.

Senior public servant Nathalie Drouin named national security adviser to PM

She becomes adviser as the Liberal government ponders significant reform of the legislation governing Canada's spy service to better address security threats.

January is Crime Stoppers month

Crime Stoppers chapters across Canada are promoting the theme of  “Be A Crime Stopper, Keep your community Safe” this year and marking January as the official Crime Stoppers month.

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More CEOs fear their companies won't survive 10 years as AI and climate challenges grow, survey says

More executives are feeling better about the global economy, but a growing number don't think their companies will survive the coming decade without a major overhaul because of pressure from climate change and technology like artificial intelligence, according to a new survey of CEOs by one of the world's largest consulting firms, PwC. » Read full article

Canada embarks on preclearance pilot project on U.S. side of Quebec/N.Y. land border

Canada is embarking on an effort to test the boundaries of its shared border with the United States, launching a pilot project that would allow northbound land travellers to clear customs while still on U.S. soil. » Read full article

Police put spit hood on 'aggressive' airline passenger at Vancouver's airport

Richmond RCMP say officers put a spit hood on the head of an "aggressive" airline passenger who tried to bite officers after allegedly assaulting a travel companion. » Read full article

Canadian Security Top 10 Under 40 2024 now open for nominations

Canadian Security’s annual Top 10 Under 40 is now open for nominations! If you know a young professional who is contributing positively to the security industry, please consider nominating them. » Submit a nomination


Security Summit Canada

Location: Online
Date: February 15, 2024
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Security • Police • Fire Career Expo - Toronto

Location: Mississauga, Ont.
Date: March 27, 2024
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ISC West

Location: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: April 9-12, 2024
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Security Canada East

Location: Laval, Que.
Date: April 24, 2024
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