February 2015

« Canada’s evolving no-fly list—and why changes to it were inevitable »

Canada’s “no-fly list” is, by design, a tight-lipped operation—a database so top-secret that the people on it have no idea (until they try to board an airplane). The federal government won’t even reveal how many names the list contains, insisting that such basic disclosure could somehow help a terrorist plan an attack. Reported estimates range from 500 to 2,000 entries, which means someone is way off.

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HCiWorld, the first Canadian company to hold a « Certified Sports Security Professional » (CSSP) certification.

The National Center for Spectator Sport Safety and Security (NCS4) at The University of Southern Mississippi announced in October 2014 that Yves Duguay is the first international candidate to earn the Certified Sport Security Professional (CSSP) credential. Duguay has extensive work experience as a security professional in civil aviation and public safety. More recently, he

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