Security Of Canada’s Small Ports

Stakeholders Feel That Canada’s Small Ports Are Vulnerable

Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Halifax, Nova Scotia — Canada’s smaller commercial ports are vulnerable to terrorist and criminal acts and the federal government needs to do more to help secure them. These conclusions emerge from the findings of a new Ipsos Reid report that surveys the opinions of leaders who run, fund and police Canada’s secondary ports.

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Security Of Canada’s Small Ports

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Elen Alexov
Director, Marketing Services,
North America

Ipsos
1.778.373.5136
elen.alexov@ipsos.com