On the morning of October 22, 2014, I lived an extraordinary event on Parliament Hill. We were having our weekly management meeting when we were brusquely interrupted and informed that a ceremonial guard at the Canadian National War Memorial, across the street from our location, had been shot. Being security practitioners, we all ran down to the site to assess the situation.
June 14, 2017
Being Accountable in Collaborative Security Networks: Lessons from the Attack on Parliament of Canada
From Procurement to the Commissioning of Public Services
November 6, 2017