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Accepting Nominations for the Canadian Security Directory of the Year Award  This special award, sponsored by Anixter Canada, is given every fall to a senior security director or manager who has proven to be a role model of leadership and has demonstrated achievement in the industry. Other factors taken into consideration are the person's time in that specific role, a major project completed in the past year, and their commitment to helping the industry grow. Nominees must reside in Canada and be willing to participate in a cover story to appear in the magazine. The winner is chosen by Canadian Security magazine's Editorial Advisory Board. If you know of someone who fits these qualities, please click here. Nominations will be accepted until June 30, 2013.

Canadian Tire celebrates soaring share prices; highest since 2007.  
Canadian Tire, the nation’s largest sporting goods retailer, jumped 11 percent to $82.36, the highest level since 2007. The company said it will create a REIT (Real estate investment trust) worth $3.5 billion that will acquire most of its 250 retail stores and a distribution center. Canadian Tire plans to keep 80 percent to 90 percent of the REIT. The properties represent about 18 million square feet. (Source

RCMP discovers $30,000 of stolen cargo in Spallumcheen, several arrested.  RCMP found the Alberta man's tractor-trailer and his second trailer on separate properties in the Spallumcheen area between Armstrong and Enderby last week. The $30,000 worth of new furniture inside the trailers had been removed and stored in a shed. Police are investigating whether the driver may have had a hand in the apparent theft. Officers have arrested a man connected to one of the properties and are trying to determine if the 33-year-old driver was also involved. (Source

York Police bust an Organized Retail Crime ring focused on shoes and clothing; 7 people arrested, $80,000 in merchandise seized.  Timberland boots, Air Jordan sneakers and Lacoste shoes were all among the name brand shoes recovered in a year long investigation which concluded with the recovery of $80,000 in merchandise. Police had received complaints from The Shoe Company and other retailers that they were being hit by organized retail shoplifters. (Source

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