WRITERS

(2017,
BY KEN POLE [field_writer2]

News that foreign state-operated hackers try to gain access to federal government’s computer networks approximately 50 times a week – and that at least one tends to be successful – prompted Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale to underscore the need to “just keep working and win the race” even as hackers seem to stay one step ahead of security efforts.

(2017,
BY KEN POLE [field_writer2]

The PM has reaffirmed that Canada will continue to push for one of the temporary seats on the United Nations Security Council when it becomes open in four years.

(2014,
issue 2)
BY KEN POLE [field_writer2]

FrontLine Staff Writer Ken Pole looks at the latest in simulators and their role in training our officers in situations that they may not otherwise experience and examine how they react.

(2014,
issue 1)
BY KEN POLE [field_writer2]

A quick lesson on how to direct an unwanted competition. Transparency is clearly a matter of perspective.

(2014,
issue 1)
BY KEN POLE [field_writer2]

Examining cooperation between the European Union and Canada.

(2013,
issue 3)
BY KEN POLE [field_writer2]

Transport Canada will now require major railway companies to provide detailed information on their cargoes – but the reports will only cover what has been ­previously shipped. Municipalities and first responders will still have no idea what's about to come through their town.

(2012,
issue 2)
BY KEN POLE [field_writer2]

Though well-recognized as vital in the public safety and security sector, interoperable communications remain a constant challenge.

(2011,
issue 4)
BY KEN POLE [field_writer2]

Authorities at all levels, as well as utilities and major manufacturers, have been trying to figure out how to handle the inevitable next major ice storm.