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Commissionaires announces National Training Institute

June 06, 2013
Prompted by continued business growth and demand for its services, Commissionaires has created CNTI, a national training institute now offering top-ranked security training and customer service courses at locations across the country. While Commissionaires has trained thousands of students at its

Commissionaires completely certified to ISO standards

June 06, 2013
Commissionaires is the only security organization in Canada to have every office across Canada certified to International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards ISO 9001:2008 and is audited annually to ensure these standards are maintained. The registration covers the Quality Management

Commissionaires BC Contract for Animal Control Renewed

June 06, 2013
Abbotsford Mayor Bruce Banman and CEO Allen Batchelar renew Commissionaires BC contract for animal control. The city of Abbotsford has purchased a custom-built van that will be used by Commissionaires' bylaw officers over the next three years of the contract.

Largest Security Contract in 2012 Awarded to Commissionaires

June 06, 2013
Commissionaires Manitoba is pleased to announce it has earned the largest security contract in Manitoba this year. They were the successful bidder of a three year contract with Boeing Canada Winnipeg (BCW) to provide security services to BCW’s three separate Winnipeg locations The contract is to

Commissionaires BC Donates $5,000 to help Support Disabled Soldiers

June 06, 2013
On behalf of Commissionaires BC, Frank Richter, Board Chair and Allen Batchelar, CEO donated $5,000 to the Equitas Society today. Jim Scott, President of Equitas gratefully accepted the contribution, noting the funds will be used to help support disabled soldiers who are seeking changes to the

Canadians believe modern veterans deserve more support

June 06, 2013
A Nanos national survey released today by Commissionaires, revealed a growing concern among Canadians with the plight of modern veterans, many of whom are struggling to make the transition from the Canadian Forces to civilian life. An astonishing 94 per cent of those surveyed (an increase from 89