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Full slate of Security Canada shows planned for 2022

November 24, 2021  By Patrick Straw

The Canadian Security Association (CANASA) is very excited about the recent launch of our 2022 Security Canada trade show and conference schedule.

Security Canada East will take place in the newly renovated Sheraton Laval. We are looking forward to connecting with our partners in the Quebec market. Our tentative schedule for this show is April 19-20. While several months away, this show is now 80 per cent sold out and we are expecting it to be completely sold out shortly. If you have not received our prospectus, please contact Steve Basnett, director of trade shows and events, at sbasnett@canasa.org.

Security Canada West will take place in Vancouver at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel. This convenient location is a change from previous years and we are very excited about this move. We are also very pleased to advise that this show has completely sold out. Mark off June 22, 2022 in your schedules. We will be promoting the registration process early in the New Year.

Security Canada Central will be back at the Toronto Congress Centre on Oct. 19-20. While this show is almost a year out, it is currently 60 per cent sold out. As Canada’s largest and most successful security trade show and conference, the remainder of the show will sell out fast! You can also download a full prospectus at www.canasa.org.


All of our regional councils are back up and running with a full schedule and we are looking forward to scheduling educational and social activities starting in the New Year. These regional councils are located across the country and give us representation for B.C., Northern and Southern Alberta, the Prairies, Quebec, the Atlantic provinces and four councils in Ontario. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us for more information.

CANASA also has many committees made up of volunteers from of every region in the country. These committees are: Membership, Monitoring Station, Ethics, By-Law and Policy, National Working, Education, Executive, Scholarship and Sister Liaison. If you are interested in participating in one of these initiatives, please contact us at the CANASA office. We are very proud of the commitment and production from all of these groups — they are constantly working for the betterment of our industry.

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

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