Homeless Outreach Project

The Commissionaires Community Safety Patrol team together with the Newton BIA conducted their Homeless Outreach Project for the second year in a row this holiday season. This initiative was created last year with the hope of helping as many individuals in need as possible in the Newton area. Bags were filled with socks, gloves, toques, ponchos, toiletries and snacks and gifted to the homeless population in Newton. Options Outreach workers, Sources Outreach workers, and transit police were all in attendance to…
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90th Anniversary Pin Distribution

Our office team had the pleasure of distributing our exclusive 90th Anniversary pins to our employees over the past month. This gave our management and leadership team an opportunity to meet many of 1200 field employees in person, and see first hand the hard work they put in each day. Once again, we thank all our employees for their dedication to our organization. 90 years would not have been possible without them!

T’is the Season to Give Back!

Members of our office staff could be seen volunteering at the Greater Vancouver Food Bank today. The Greater Vancouver Food Bank was created to offer temporary relief to the hunger crisis in 1982 – and is now an organization that continues to support thousands in need. T’is the season to give back!

Remembrance Day Across The Province

Commissionaires was honoured to participate in various Remembrance Day ceremonies across the province this year, some of which were captured and shown above. Pictured first are our Detention Guards in 100 Mile House, where our Guards were front and centre for the ceremonies at the Detachment. Below that are our Kelowna commissionaires marching in the ceremony in Downtown Kelowna. Pictured bottom left and right is commissionaire Brian Hatch, CEO Chris Mitchell, and Client Services Manager Bo Mason in Vancouver, attending both Aboriginal…
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Honouring Those Who Serve and Have Served

November 11 is a day that we wear a poppy over our hearts to honour all those we lost in the line of duty, and thank all those who served and continue to serve. Today is a day we remember. Lest We Forget.