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PUBLIC SAFETY: Newton Safety Unit is ‘leading edge’

March 03, 2016
by: Amy Reid - Surrey Now SURREY — Newton’s getting some extra attention this year. Each week, a group of officers who patrol the streets sit around a table in the Newton BIA office to discuss files and trends, and come up with weekly action plans. Thing is, they’re not all cops. In fact, only one

Grabbing a cab a bit easier at Charlottetown airport

February 22, 2016
theguardian.pe.ca Commissionaire dedicated to getting taxis for passengers Hailing a cab is a bit easier these days for passengers catching a late-night ride into the city after arriving at the Charlottetown airport. The Charlottetown Airport Authority has hired one extra commissionaire for this

Commissionaires Awarded Island Health Hospital Security Contract

February 18, 2016
February 17, 2016 marks the beginning of a 3-year hospital security contract with Island Health awarded to the Corps of Commissionaires (Victoria, the Islands and Yukon Division), Vancouver Island’s largest and most experienced security company. The Commissionaires will provide static and mobile

Commissionaires Manitoba Wins 2016 Consumers Choice Award

February 10, 2016
globeadvisor.com Winnipeg, Manitoba Consumer Choice Award is thrilled to announce the 2016 Top Service Providers in their respective sectors for the Winnipeg Area. We would like to extend heartfelt congratulations to all this year's winners; your dedication to superior service has resonated with the

Canadian Commissionaires Go Beyond Security

January 21, 2016
By Mirelle Sylvester, Ottawa Life You probably see a Commissionaire or two every day. You may even spot one when you're travelling through an airport. They stand out with the white or blue crisp button down-shirts, sweaters, and epaulets and you may notice that some are wearing military medals too

Commissionaires, the first line of security

January 20, 2016
By Martin Zellig, Voxair Photojournalist. When he worked as a dispatcher at 17 Wing some years ago, Chief Warrant Officer of Commissionaires Dean Smith sometimes received unusual requests from base members. One request in particular stands out in his memory. It was a call from a women, the wife of