Case Studies

Abbotsford Police Department

The Abbotsford Police Department (APD) was officially formed in 1995 when the Districts of Abbotsford and Matsqui amalgamated to become the City of Abbotsford. Located in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, Abbotsford is now the largest municipality by area and the fifth largest municipality by population in the province.

Charlottetown, PEI Airport

The mission of Charlottetown Airport Authority (CAA) is to operate a safe, efficient, competitive, and financial viable airport that meets the needs of Prince Edward Island, the travelling public and its aviation clients.  The airport averages more than 300,000 passengers per year. 

City of London

Founded in 1826, the City of London is Canada’s 10th largest city; with a population of more than 366,000, the City provides over 95 unique services to its residents. The City has a dynamic workforce embracing sectors from manufacturing to health care and a growing IT sector.

City of Portage La Prairie, Manitoba

Portage la Prairie is a small city in the Central Plains Region of Manitoba. As of 2011, the population was 12,996 and the land area of the city was 24.67 square kilometers. Portage la Prairie is located approximately 75 kilometers west of Winnipeg and sits on the Assiniboine River.

Concordia University

Located in the heart of downtown Montréal, Quebec, Concordia University is an English-language comprehensive university. The university’s name is derived from Montréal’s motto, “Concordia Salus,” or “well-being through harmony.”

First Air

With a fleet of 23 aircraft, First Air has been connecting the people of the North for over 65 years and offers cargo, charter and scheduled service to more northern destinations than any other airline. First Air is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Makivik Corporation since 1990, with over 850 employees, of which more than 430 work and live in the North.

Halifax Regional Police

Halifax Regional Police Service is unique in Canada. Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) is one of the few municipalities that has a fully employed police service (Halifax Regional Police), and a contracted police service (RCMP), serving the same municipality.

Indian Head, Saskatchewan

Indian Head is a progressive community with a population of approximately 2100 people and is anchored against the mainline of the Canadian Pacific Railway at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway just 65 km east of Regina. Indian Head roots trace back five generations.

(YLW) Kelowna International Airport

Kelowna International Airport

Kelowna International Airport (YLW) plays an important role in the prosperity of the Okanagan Valley. YLW’s total economic impact in 2010 was 2,730 jobs, representing $140 million in wages and $610 million in total economic output to the province of BC.

La Cité collégiale

La Cité collégiale is Canada’s largest French-language college of applied arts and technology outside of the province of Québec. It contributes to the economic, social and cultural development of Ontario’s French-speaking communities by offering career-oriented education and training.

Medicine Hat Police Service

The Medicine Hat Police Service is a municipal service with 114 police officers, and a support staff of 70 serving the community of Medicine Hat, Alberta. Services include a major crimes section, organized crime section, K9 section and a forensic identification unit, to name just a few.

Port of Prince Rupert

The Port of Prince Rupert, located on Canada’s most western edge some 1,500 kilometres north of Vancouver, is West Coast North America’s newest gateway to Asia. With a new state-of-the-art container terminal to compliment its bulk and cruise terminals, it boasts the shortest Asian-North American sea-land link, deepest natural harbour and superior rail links into major North American markets.

Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport

With travel and tourism emerging as the world’s largest and fastest growing sector—representing more than 10% of global spending—many airports are experiencing substantial growth in transborder and international flights. What has established Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport as a leading example of success is its ability to be both proactive and progressive in managing this growth.

Saskatoon Airport Authority

In 1999, the Saskatoon Airport Authority (SAA) took over the management of the John G. Diefenbaker International Airport from Transport Canada. Airports present diverse and complex security challenges. And the Diefenbaker Airport in Saskatoon is certainly no exception.

Université Laval

Founded in 1852, Université Laval is the oldest centre of education in Canada and was the first institution in North America to offer higher education in French. With 44,000 students, 17 faculties and more than 400 programs, Université Laval is recognized as one of the top ten research-intensive universities in Canada.

Victoria International Airport Authority

Victoria International Airport is the 10th busiest airport in Canada, with over 1.5 million passengers per year. The Victoria Airport Authority (VAA) is a not-for-profit authority that manages the safe and secure operations of the Victoria International Airport on behalf of the surrounding communities.

West Coast Express

West Coast Express (WCE) is a commuter rail operation that serves the northeast sector of Metro Vancouver’s transportation network and the City of Mission. The 65 km route links Mission, Port Haney, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam and Port Moody with downtown Vancouver.