In the News

November 30, 2015

Cape Breton Post

NORTH SYDNEY — As part of their tradition of providing support to veterans across the province, Commissionaires Nova Scotia recently presented a cheque for $2,100 to the Harbourview Hospital veterans

November 26, 2015

By Michael Lea, Kingston Whig-Standard                                     

November 17, 2015

Esprit de Corps - November Edition

by Scott Taylor

Born in 1945 in St. Boniface, Hilaire “Nick” Nicolas is a proud Franco-Manitoban. He joined the Canadian military at the age of 17 as an aircraftman 2nd class, the RCAF equivalent of a buck private.

November 10, 2015

By Alison Bailey

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – A security service formed nearly ninety years ago to provide jobs for veterans wants those coming out of the armed forces to know it’s here to help.

Dan Popowich is CEO of the BC Branch of Commissionaires.

October 1, 2015

By John Slater

October 1, 2015

Security guards from the Canadian Corp of Commissionaires are taking over the job of guarding detainees at Saint John's police headquarters.

August 7, 2015

By Communications Coordinator Bowen Osoko 

Alaska Airlines, Victoria’s Fairmont Empress Hotel, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, the Royal Jubilee Hospital and Commissionaires BC and VicPD teamed up yesterday to locate a missing 65-year-old Buffalo New York woman and return her home.

June 24, 2015

Esprit de Corps - June 2015 edition

By Ally Foster

Sometimes, keeping the peace is as simple as helping someone fix a maddening photocopier paper jam, or offering a hand to the person struggling to fill out their income tax forms.

June 12, 2015

The Last Post Fund unmarked grave program is open to eligible veterans whose grave has not had a permanent headstone or foot marker for five years or more. It is intended to provide a permanent military-style marker.

May 21, 2015

Ottawa Business Journal

How well do you know the job applicant you're about to hire? Who has access to your confidential information? Is your child's daycare provider or coach exactly who they say they are? These are valid questions in a world where identities can be hidden, changed or stolen.