Jean Taillon, president and CEO of G4S Canada, recently issued a statement that was read at an Edmonton Police Service news update in response to the tragic shooting in Alberta that took the lives of three G4S guards and critically injured a fourth:
Three people are dead and one is in critical condition after a botched armoured car robbery early Friday at the University of Alberta campus in Edmonton.
The Identity, Privacy, and Security Institute (IPSI) at the University of Toronto, in association with the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, will hold the first SmartData International Symposium later this month.
Fleming Door Products announced that Trio-E meets and exceeds the requirements to the new energy efficiency supplement, SB-10, to the Ontario Building Code.
Established in 1852 in Quebec City, Université Laval was the first French-speaking university in North America. In 1950, construction began on its main campus in Sainte-Foy, which was then on the outskirts of the city. It has grown into what is now referred to as a city within a city.
The Special Constable Service of Wilfrid Laurier University has been recognized by the International Association of Chiefs of Police with its Excellence in Technology Award for 2010.
In a lot of ways, 2009 was the Year of the Tweet, with countless celebrities, politicians and pundits joining Twitter to get their message out. 2010 may be the year that more security professionals get in on the game and make the micro-blogging service a useful part of their daily operations.
ASIS International, a global organization for security professionals, wants to connect the ivory tower with the security industry's feet on the street through its Connecting Research to Security in Practice (CRISP) reports program.
Robert Cowper surveys the sprawling 51-hectare campus at the University of Windsor and proudly talks about how far his security department has come in the last few years.
Hospitals have pandemic plans in place, but many haven’t had a chance to put those plans through their paces. So George Brown College is testing hosted pandemic management software, which will help governments and hospitals rapidly disseminate information in an emergency to contain and mitigate damage, injury and death.
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