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Canadian Security magazine's annual award recognizing the Security Director of the Year is now open for nominations. This recognition program, sponsored by Anixter Canada, has run continously since 2006. The award recipient will be selected by Canadian Security magazine's Editorial Advisory Board who will assess candidates based on a number of criteria including leadership, project management and mentoring.
DORAL, Fla. — Gunfire erupted early Friday at President Donald Trump's golf resort, as a man shouting anti-Trump rhetoric draped a flag over a lobby counter and exchanged fire with officers in what one official called an "ambush" before being arrested, police said.
Silvia Fraser, head of security for the City of Mississauga, is running in two marathons to raise scholarship funds for students in security and law enforcement college programs. The ASIS Toronto chapter's education commitee will be handling disbursement of the funds. Fraser participated in the Toronto Marathon on May 6 and will run in the Scotiabank Marathon on Oct. 21. Those who wish to support Fraser's fundraising efforts can do so through her GoFundMe page.
Derek Knights, regular contributor and book reviewer for Canadian Security magazine, recently announced his decision to retire after more than 40 years of working in the security industry. Knights will retire from his present position, as Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives at TD, later this summer and embrace one of his true passions, sailing. 
Security systems in a typical enterprise environment often include video surveillance cameras, access control, alarms, ID badges, entrance and exit gates, security officers, and more.
Join Canadian Security magazine and the Security Executive Council on June 5 at 2 PM EST for insight and discussion on the value of security metrics.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale Sunday issued the following statement on the nationwide Emergency Preparedness Week, held May 6-12. Minister Goodale's statement also directly addressed the testing of the wireless Public Alert system. Many Ontario residents received a test on their smart phones on Monday with other provinces and territories to follow on May 9. (A coding glitch prevented a full test of the Quebec system on Monday - phone tests were unavailable, but radio and TV went as planned, according to the Alert Ready website.) The complete list of test times and dates across the country is available here.
LAS VEGAS — Police and hotel employees' actions as gunfire rained from a Las Vegas resort onto an outdoor concert drew mixed reactions after newly released video showed authorities making their way through a casino and carefully checking rooms before bursting into the shooter's suite.
Roshel Defence Solutions has started serial production of its recently developed and tested multi-purpose Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC)— Senator. The APC of these series are produced at Roshel’s manufacturing facility in Toronto.
Canadian cybersecurity firm Cytelligence recently opened an office in Ottawa in Kanata Research Park.
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