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CNS Celebrates 85 Years of Protecting Nova Scotians

On this day in 1938, Commissionaires Nova Scotia opened its doors for business. To commemorate the day, here are eight significant milestones that helped us get to 85 years: On…

PHOTO RECAP: Outstanding Commissionaires Receive Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Medal for Public Service

Seventeen remarkable commissionaires have received the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee (QPJ) medal, commemorating Queen Elizabeth II’s ascension to the throne and subsequent 70 years of public service. The QPJ medal was…

What veterans want in their post-service career

Skilled veterans seek a healthier work-life balance as they leave service, but there is no one-size-fits-all job solution, according to a new study conducted by Commissionaires. Members of the Canadian…

PHOTO RECAP: CNS Celebrates 100 Years With Centennial Baton & Flag

The spirit of Commissionaires is abundant in Nova Scotia. Our people carry a sense of pride that shows up in their work, and in the 88 communities where they live…

Six Students Receive Educational Awards from Commissionaires

Each student (either a commissionaire or their family member) was awarded an academic scholarship of up to $2,000 from Commissionaires Nova Scotia (CNS)

Former RCMP Chief Superintendent Becomes CNS Board Chair

Tom Bennett takes the reins after two years as Vice Chair and 16 years as a Board member Tom Bennett is the new Chair of the 16-member Board of Governors…

International Security Consultant and Former RCMP Inspector Named CEO of Commissionaires Nova Scotia

Barry Pitcher worked alongside Commissionaires employees for many years before becoming the not-for-profit security provider’s new Chief Executive Officer

The Dieppe Raid, 80 years later

A ceremony honouring the 582 members of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry who took part in the Raid of Dieppe in France eighty years ago was held today at Dieppe…

Commissionaires meets you wherever you are, with training and flexibility to help you lead a successful career at any stage of life

Commissionaires Nova Scotia isn’t everyone’s first choice place of employment. Such was the case for Bill Gould, but he still chose the company – twice. Cmre William ‘Bill’ Gould thought…

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