OTTAWA — Federal officials see no reason why organized crime would invest in legal cannabis over any other industry, despite allegations shady money is already tainting the business, an internal government memo says.
The Toronto Chapter of ASIS International has created a Student Sponsorship Program, matching ASIS members with aspiring security professionals who are currently enrolled in a post-secondary education program.
Toronto — Zerobit1 Security Planning Consultants Inc. has announced the early 2019 launch of 2B Cyber Bright, a new eLearning cyber security and identity theft awareness training program aimed to help small business, families and students manage their digital life by learning how to protect their identity.
Grant Lecky and Bonnie Butlin, co-founders of the Security Partners' Forum, are being recognized for their contributions to professional security.
A recent practitioner poll by the Security Executive Council, a research and advisory firm, found that while a majority of uniformed security officer programs face budgetary pressure from executive management, many security leaders still do not use metrics to show the value of these programs.
MONTREAL — Jewish communities and citizens across Canada gathered together over the weekend to commemorate the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting and condemn what one rabbi described as "an outrageous act of evil."
OTTAWA — Several Canadian politicians have offered their sympathies following a mass shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemning the attack as anti-Semitic.
CALGARY — The sky's the limit as the city of Calgary opens what it believes is the first testing area in Canada for drones, autonomous vehicles and other technologies.
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