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Monitoring Station Symposium - October 18, 2022

CANASA will be hosting its 6th annual National Monitoring Station Symposium, one day prior to Security Canada Central (Oct. 19-20). This is an opportunity to meet with your peers, exchange information and discuss common problems. More

Join us at Security Canada 2022

Security Canada Trade Shows are returning LIVE and in-person in 2022. With three events strategically positioned in eastern, western, and central Canada, focus on building and renewing relationships with more than 4,000 security professionals relevant to your business. More

Objective reached!

Chantal Bélanger, QC Regional Council President, is pleased to announce the fundraising objective of $15,000 for the 2022-2023 trade promotion campaign has been reached and even slightly exceeded thanks to the support of members of the electronic security industry. More



NEW! Conestoga College: Alarm Systems Program

Equip yourself with the skills for a career in surveillance and investigation firms, alarm product distribution and sales, and alarm service and installation with our new part-time Alarm Systems program. More

Security Canada Webinar Series

Stay up-to-date on the latest security technologies. Join us Wednesday’s at 2 p.m. for our weekly webinar series led by industry experts. If your organization has important information to share, contact us to setup a webinar to promote your product or service.  More



Upcoming ATC Dates. Register Now!

Ready to take your career to the next level? Register today for the newly updated Alarm Technician Course. The next newly updated online course begins October 3, 2022. CANASA members save 50%. More

Join CANASA’s CSIO Facebook Group

Since its launch, membership in the Canadian Security Industry Online (CSIO) Facebook Group has grown to over 1,000 members. The group serves as a community and valuable resource for the Canadian security industry. We invite you to join today!

The Death of Landline POTS in Canada!

The handwriting is on the wall. Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) as we know it and love it today is going away. It is only a matter of time. More