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August 22, 2011 Canadian News

Cameras, Cops and Crime

Police, business and the city of Peterborough collude for more closed-circuit television cameras

June 8, 2011 Canadian News

Beating Bad Habits

How community organizers are working together for more secure online communications

June 16, 2010 Canadian News

Gaming the Budget

Full cost of Olympic security even higher than we thought

June 10, 2010 Features

Recovering from the Heart Attack

Arrestees fighting off Olympic side-effects in court

June 7, 2010 Sports

Olympics Sidelines Youth

Understanding wider impacts of the Games

May 28, 2010 Ideas

Fear: An Olympic Legacy

How the security apparatus rules our world

May 27, 2010 Canadian News

Elite Insecurity

Ten thousand to guard summits in Huntsville and Toronto

May 21, 2010 Accounts

From H-Ville to G-Spot

G8 host has little control over how Legacy Fund touches Huntsville

February 26, 2010 Canadian News

Police to Receive 'Olympic Legacies'

Vancouver, Richmond Police Departments to move into Games-related digs

February 25, 2010 Foreign Policy

Securing Haiti

Soldiers vs doctors in post-earthquake Haiti

February 21, 2010 Accounts

Smile, Vancouver!

Nearly 1,000 new surveillance cameras are here to stay

February 18, 2010 Canadian News

Military, Mounties Trained for the Games

Demonstrations a greater security threat than terrorism: CSIS

February 8, 2010 Canadian News

"We Better Be Ready"

2010 resistance anticipates a rough ride

January 4, 2010 Business

Low-balling Security

Toronto's Pan Am budget likely to inflate, Olympics-wise

November 3, 2009 Business

The Business of Intelligence

Corporate intelligence-gathering harkens back to COINTELPRO

November 19, 2008 Weblog:

Finer than Vancouver's finest?

The "Downtown Ambassadors" are a public/private security force funded by the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association and the City of Vancouver. In this video, a red-jacketed "ambassador" is caught in action in Gastown.

Vancouver's new Mayor Gregor Robertson has promised to scrap city funding for the program.

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