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INKAS Security Services Ltd., an armoured messenger and armoured courier services company, has announced a preferred vendor relationship with Canopy Growth Corporation, a cannabis company, whereby INKAS will provide transportation services for medical marijuana across all Canopy Growth locations and subsidiaries.
OTTAWA — From cryptocurrencies, to artificial intelligence, to the rise of millennials, a top-secret document by Canada's spy agency explores the so-called "mega trends" on its radar and details how they will transform the economy, society and security.
Bonnie Butlin, co-founder of the Security Partners’ Forum (SPF), has been named a recipient of a "Women of the Decade" award, which will be presented by the Women Economic Forum in New Delhi, India, this April. The award is conferred upon women globally from all backgrounds and professions including media, health, technology and business.
A Canadian man recently freed with his wife and young children after years of being held hostage in Afghanistan has been charged with at least a dozen offences, including sexual assault, his lawyer said Tuesday.
Toronto police are releasing security camera footage that appears to show a man trying to burn a parked SUV over the holidays.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Mohammed Aly does not see why he shouldn't try to ease the lives of Orange County's homeless. But the authorities — and many of his neighbours — disagree.
NEW YORK — Police are promising a bigger security detail than ever before in Times Square for this year's New Year's Eve celebration, which will cap off a year that saw a number of deadly attacks on innocent crowds, including a vehicle rampage at the very spot where revelers will ring in 2018.
According to recent research from the Security Executive Council, policies are the main driver of conduct and activities within many organizations. Moreover, not all risk policies reside within an organization's corporate security department.
At the 22nd annual Fraud and Anti-Counterfeiting Conference earlier in December, law enforcement and private industry came together to discuss the problem of counterfeiting, identify tactics to pursue against counterfeiters and new resources, and learn how to work together to protect Canadian industries.
Nancy Newton was the Coordinator of the Protection, Security and Investigation Program at Fleming College in Peterborough, Ont., as well as a valued and hands-on contributor to the Canadian professional security community.
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