Newly Appointed Chief Executive Officer, Chris Mitchell

Chris Mitchell spent his formative years growing up in West Africa, returning to Canada in 1998. From there, he joined the Canadian Armed Forces, Infantry Corps, and enrolled in the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC), where he first completed a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Business Administration. He later went on to receive a certificate in Health Services Management, a Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management, and finally his Masters in Health Studies – Leadership. In 2010,…
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Departure of Chief Executive Officer Dan Popowich

Chief Executive Officer Dan Popowich will be retiring from Commissionaires BC on June 15, 2017. Dan has been with Commissionaires for 5 years and has worked closely with the Executive Team and Board Members to ensure the viability of our organization. Dan has been working hard over the past several months to ensure he leaves our organization prepared for our new Chief Executive Officer, Chris Mitchell, who will continue to work towards a sustainable future for Commissionaires in support of our…
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Commissionaires Participating in CareerConnect Job Fair – May 31/17

Commissionaires will be participating in the CareerConnect Job Fair on May 31, 2017! Canada Company will be hosting this job fair at HMCS Discovery for members of the Canadian Armed Forces (active and former) and their spouses. Register today and be sure to visit our booth to learn about our current job opportunities! #CareerConnect #Commissionaires #CanadaCompany

Tseilel Waututh Nation Students Complete Commissionaires Training

Congratulations to our students at Tseilel Waututh Nation (TWN) on completing our 5-week speciality security training program! This custom training program included Basic Security Training, Advanced Security Training, Service Advantage for Security Professionals, OFA 1, Bylaw Enforcement Training, and Conflict Resolution. #securitytraining #tseilelwaututhnation #commissionaires

#GETLOUD For Mental Health Week

This year marks the 66th Annual CMHA Mental Health Week and we’re ready to #GETLOUD for mental health. From May 1 – 7, 2017, be sure to: Speak up! Talk openly about mental health #GETLOUD on social media Wear green to show your support Talk to a loved one or friend. Learn more