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Largest Security Contract in 2012 Awarded to Commissionaires

Winnipeg, MN – 1 October 2012 – 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

LARGEST SECURITY CONTRACT IN 2012 AWARDED TO COMMISSIONAIRES

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Commissionaires on Campus Security

University Manager Magazine
Fall 2012

There’s little argument that today’s colleges and university campuses have changed. The advent of emerging technologies, the introduction of sustainable practices and the push for greater student autonomy have had a tremendous impact on shaping the new landscape. Yet perhaps the biggest change has come in the form of increased campus safety and security.

COMMISSIONAIRES ON CAMPUS SECURITY

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Commissionaires BC Announces New CEO

Vancouver, BC – 4 September 2012 – The Board of Commissionaires BC announces the appointment of Dan Popowich as CEO, effective 1 September 2012. Dan is replacing Allen Batchelar, who is retiring after 16 years with Commissionaires BC, where he served as CEO for 14 years. Dan Popowich brings a dynamic blend of law enforcement, security expertise and an entrepreneurial spirit to his new role. Dan’s career in security has stretched over 40 years.

COMMISSIONAIRES BC ANNOUNCES NEW CEO

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Commissionaires BC Announces New Training Subsidiary

Vancouver, BC – 23 August 2012 – Commissionaires BC proudly announces the opening of Lexxon Training, a new subsidiary that will deliver all of Commissionaires BC’s training courses. This new company now offers all courses previously provided by Commissionaires BC.

COMMISSIONAIRES BC ANNOUNCES NEW TRAINING SUBSIDIARY

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License Purchases Climb

Roger Knox, Vernon Morning Star
13 July 2012

A voluntary, pleasant approach to dealing with rogue dogs and their owners in Armstrong has resulted in an increase in dog licences purchased.

LICENSE PURCHASES CLIMB

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Commissionaires BC awards Bursary to Criminology Student

Vancouver, BC – 3 July 2012 – Twenty year old SFU student Canon Wong has a goal of joining the Vancouver Police Department at the age of 22. The average age of a successful applicant is 26. Canon is doing everything he can to prepare himself for a career in policing, including joining the Canadian Forces as a reservist, and working as a guard with Commissionaires BC. He also volunteers with the South Vancouver Community Policing Centre.

COMMISSIONAIRES BC AWARDS BURSARY TO CRIMINOLOGY STUDENT

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Commissionaire awarded Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal

Mark Nielsen, The Prince George Citizen
23 June 2012

Years of service as a commissionaire and a soldier has earned Prince George’s Bob Stephenson a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

B.C. Lieutenant Governor Steven Point presented Stephenson with the medal during a ceremony in Kelowna earlier this month.

COMMISSIONAIRE AWARDED QUEEN’S DIAMOND JUBILEE MEDAL

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Jubilee Medal a ‘Humbling’ Honour

Wayne Moore, Castanet
16 Jun 2012

Being singled out for what he calls a ‘team effort’ was a humbling experience for David Kerr.

The veteran commissionaire from Penticton was one of four members of the BC Mainland division of the Commissionaires honoured with a Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal.

JUBILEE MEDAL A ‘HUMBLING’ HONOUR

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