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Paladin Technologies opens new ULC-certified monitoring facility in Ottawa

April 29, 2024  By  SP&T Staff

From left: Antony Strube, executive vice-president, monitoring, Ted Reid, CEO, Iain Morton, COO, Paladin Technologies (image courtesy Paladin Technologies)

Paladin Technologies announced it has opened a new monitoring station in Ottawa. The facility received its ULC certification in March 2024.

Paladin Technologies, which now operates two ULC-certified monitoring stations in Canada, says it offers fully redundant monitoring services to enterprise clients.

“The opening of Paladin’s second ULC-certified monitoring station in Ottawa increases our monitoring capabilities, allowing us to continue upholding the industry’s highest standards as well as expanding our support to current and future clients,” said Antony Strube, executive vice-president, monitoring, in a statement.

“We are excited about our monitoring station expansion, which led to the creation of 10 new jobs for new team members hired locally in the Ottawa-Gatineau region,” added Iain Morton, COO. “Paladin’s new ULC-certified monitoring station is a unique differentiator to supporting clients across Canada. I want to take this time to thank Allison Tuke and her team for managing this project to completion under challenging circumstances.”


Paladin Technologies also maintains partnerships with UL stations in the United States, supporting existing client relationships.

Bosch finalized its acquisition of Paladin Technologies in Sept. 2023.

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