Our VP, Operations Julie Powers was a panel member for the Career Development Panel Discussion hosted by ASIS International Canada, which took place on August 16. Julie offered tips and guidance to young professionals on what it takes to be successful and is a great example of the many growth opportunities available in the security industry.
Commissionaire David Ward was one of several veterans who attended the opening of the exhibition “Forgotten Indigenous War Veterans and Today’s Heroes” at the Chinese Canadian Military Museum on Saturday, July 7, 2018. Dave spoke with the Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of Canada; and the Honourable Harjit Sajjan, Minister of National Defence. The exhibition is an example of the strong relationship that has existed between Indigenous and Chinese Canadian veterans for many years. Commander (retired) King…
We had a blast this past weekend at the Canucks Autism Network Birthday Festival! This year, the organization proudly celebrated a decade of “I CAN.” Our prize wheel was a hit and this year we had a special guest, Tug, a therapy dog in training, who was the most popular volunteer at our booth! Thanks to all those that paid the Commissionaires booth a visit and to all our security personnel who made the event a safe one!
Commissionaires BC sponsored a corporate table at the BC Military Gala this past weekend and sat amongst active serving/past serving military personnel, their family and friends. Pictured are members of the Commissionaires BC team. Photo credit: Mark Stewart
This week we were in Prince Rupert at the National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference (NABOC)! This conference was a great way to develop partnerships with First Nations communities, as we continue to actively explore opportunities for future joint ventures.