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OTTAWA — Border Security Minister Bill Blair is launching a national public conversation about whether Canada should ban handguns and assault weapons.
ASIS International recently announced the availability of its Associate Protection Professional (APP) designation.
CALGARY— On Oct. 5, the Board of Governors of Commissionaires Southern Alberta announced the appointment of Charles Caldwell as the company's new Chief Executive Officer. Caldwell previously served as the Chief Operating Officer.
Paladin Security announced Monday that it has acquired the business assets of London, Ont.-based investigations firm Eagle Investigations.
LAS VEGAS — A sombre sunrise remembrance ceremony started Monday in Las Vegas with survivors, families of victims, first-responders and elected officials remembering the lives lost one year ago when a gunman opened fire on a crowd attending an outdoor country music concert in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
MONTREAL - A new report says artificial intelligence deployment has not yet been a "real success" for Canadian companies, in spite of the country's reputation as an AI hotbed.
Last week, from Sept. 16 - 22, 2018, Allied Universal recognized security officers during the fourth annual National Security Officer Appreciation Week.
Montreal-based TrackTik is No. 24 on LinkedIn’s Top Startups in Canada this year, and is joined by other tech startups serving fintech and artificial intelligence (AI) markets nationally.
HALIFAX — Nova Scotia has become the latest province to introduce a law to restrict the possession and sale of body armour.
NEW YORK — On 9-11, Stephen Feuerman saw the World Trade centre aflame through the window of his Empire State Building office and watched, transfixed, as a second fireball burst from the twin towers.
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