"Puffs" from the War Horse's Mouth
"Secure Canada provides the
ideal opportunity for defense and security professionals to see and learn about
the latest products and technologies and to network with key contacts from both
government and industry. Leading Canadian and international companies will
display technologies and products focused on the growing needs of government
public safety, security and defense agencies and private sector security. Secure
Canada is the only international event in Canada for security, public safety,
risk mitigation, threat response and emergency planning."
"Secure Canada 2008" describes itself as "Canada's
International Security Exhibition" and explains that:
"Secure Canada redefines national and international cooperation in security, public safety, risk mitigation, threat response and emergency planning. Meet national and international suppliers, partners and customers. Experience leading solutions for government and industry from Canada and abroad!"
"Canada’s exclusive international exhibition
for the security, defense and public safety sectors. With participation by
Canadian and foreign companies, SECURE Canada 2008 is the only trade show of its
kind targeting both public sector and private sector market opportunities in
Canada and abroad.""SECURE Canada’s innovative exhibition
format showcases complementary vertical market segments and national and
international organizations in one main event."
"Electric Strategies Announces the Launch of Secure Canada 2008"
Exhibitors are being enticed to attend by
statements from organizers assuring them that the event will "offer real
business opportunities like no other trade event in Canada."
Exhibitors will also be pleased to know that "Secure
Canada is CERTIFIED under the U.S. Department of Commerce Trade Show
Email: Tell the Mayor, City Councillors and Staff what you think!
Please sign COAT's online PETITION now to "Stop Ottawa's Arms Shows."
(Print version: Here is a printable version of the petition that you can use to get additional signatures.)
"What is a Weapon, anyhow?"
This webpage was produced by
Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT)
as part of the COAT
campaign to oppose
"Secure Canada 2008" (Sept.30-Oct.1, 2008)