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Canadians’ trips to liquor stores, pharmacies tracked via phones during pandemic

MPs on the ethics committee expressed surprise at how much detail the report contained, even as all identifying information was stripped out.

Training security guards to handle adversity

Guards need to be trained in proactive and reactive crisis management, use-of-force techniques and crisis de-escalation strategies.

B.C. money laundering report granted extension

The deadline for the final report of British Columbia’s public inquiry into money laundering has been extended until June 3 after COVID-19 delays.
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Advance: Women in Security

Advance: Women in Security agenda announced

The May 31 event will comprise panel discussions focused on recruitment & retention as a means to promote diversity, and the role of associations in celebrating the accomplishments of women working in the security industry. » Read full article
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SNC-Lavalin to pay $30M under agreement with Quebec over bridge bribes

SNC-Lavalin Inc. says it will pay Quebec nearly $30 million over three years to settle criminal bribery charges stemming from bridge work in Montreal. » Read full article

Greater Toronto Airports Authority ‘urgently’ calls on feds to help with congestion

The GTAA says Ottawa needs to make investments to boost staffing levels and bring in more technology. » Read full article

Financial intelligence agency highlights criminal risks of underground banking

Agency is warning that unregistered money-transfer services are ripe for abuse by criminals trying to launder cash and fund terrorist activities. » Read full article

Advance: Women in Security

Location: Online
Date: May 31, 2022
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Location: Ottawa, Ont.
Date: June 1-2, 2022
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Security Canada West

Location: Richmond, B.C.
Date: June 22, 2022
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