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CANASA Update: Next stop, British Columbia

June 1, 2022  By Patrick Straw

This year the Canadian Security Association is ramping up to include all of our pre-COVID activities across Canada.

Keep an eye on www.canasa.org for updates on our bulletin board.

A huge thank-you to our colleagues in Quebec after the very successful completion of Security Canada East in Laval in April.

Steve Basnett, director of shows and events, working with Danielle Paquin, director of all things Quebec, put on an outstanding trade show followed by a sold-out dinner and gala in the evening.


We were pleased to be able to honour many companies from the Quebec Region who have been great members and contributors for decades.

Our next Security Canada Conference and Exposition is in Richmond, B.C., on June 22, followed by a joint golf event on June 23 with our friends at the ASIS B.C. Chapter. Registration for both is available now, so please make sure to check them out on our website and we hope to see you there.

If you have any questions, please reach out to me at pstraw@canasa.org.

We are excited to be able to put on a full slate of golf tournaments this year, working with our Regional Councils. Details for all of these events are as follows:

• Golf British Columbia – June 23, Mayfair Lakes Golf and Country Club, Richmond, B.C.
• Golf Central Ontario – July 12, Station Creek Golf Club, Stouffville, Ont.
• Golf Alberta – July 19, Alberta Springs Golf Resort, Red Deer, Alta.
• Golf Southwestern Ontario – July 28, Pine Knot Golf Club, Dorchester, Ont.
• Golf Prairie Region – Aug. 2, Glendale Golf and Country Club, Winnipeg, Man.
• Golf Eastern Ontario – Aug. 11, Pineview Municipal Golf Club, Ottawa, Ont.
• Golf Golden Horseshoe Region – Sept. 15, Willow Valley Golf Course, Hamilton, Ont.
• Golf Quebec – Golf and Bike Event, Sept. 21, Parcours du Cerf, Longueuil, Que.

We are hoping to see as many of our members as possible at these events. Details and registration links are easy to find on our website.

Thank you to all of the incredible volunteers from across Canada who work with our staff to make these events a success. Stay tuned as we are planning several social activities across the country and we will be posting these soon. Have a safe and prosperous summer and hopefully everyone will have a chance to relax after a stressful couple of years.

Patrick Straw is the executive director of CANASA (www.canasa.org).

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