WRITERS

(2014,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

In his final Editor's Corner before retiring, Clive reflects on the security challenges we will be facing, and the change in scope and complexity of these challenges.

(2014,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Public health in Canada is a shared responsibility between all three levels of government in collaboration with the private sector, non-government organizations, health professionals and the public. At its outset, the challenge of the H1N1 bird flu epidemic was well handled under the guidance of its highly-respected Dr. David Butler-Jones, Canada's first Chief Public Health Officer.

(2014,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

FrontLine’s Executive Editor, Clive Addy, recently took the opportunity to speak with Dwayne Forsman, the Chief Administrative Officer of the Paramedic Association of Canada and Greg Forsyth, Superintendent Special operations of the Ottawa Paramedic Service some questions about the evolution of their profession.

(2014,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

The growing reliance on, and increasing numbers of attacks upon cyber components jeopardize the very life blood of our critical infrastructure.

(2014,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

This edition of Frontline Security is dedicated primarily to the international impact of cyber attacks upon the reliability and security of all critical infrastructure ­systems.

(2013,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

FrontLine Security goes beyond the headlines to learn how Canada can respond to the lessons from a stricken community.

(2013,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Interview with Andre Corbould, Chief Assistant Deputy Minister, Alberta Flood Recovery Task Force is managing the recovery from the worst natural disaster in the history of Alberta in a Whole of Government response.

(2013,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

As we head into 2014, FrontLine Security offers pertinent ­reflections on the complex challenges of policing and disaster management.

(2013,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

A look at he rising costs of police work and the increased need for imaginative options.

(2013,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Dealing with terrorism in a Globally connected world.

(2013,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Discussing the need for a national strategy that proactively addresses terrorism by emphasizing a community-based approach to preventing home grown radicalization and also to facilitate “deradicalization” efforts at home.

(2013,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

A Sound 21st Century Approach to North American Security and Prosperity.

(2013,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Public Affairs officers at CBSA respond to questions from FrontLine's Executive Editor, Clive Addy. This federal agency is responsible for the regulation and smooth flow and passage of legitimate people and goods across our borders into Canada.

(2013,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Policing the Border: An exclusive FrontLine Security interview about border issues with the USA.

(2012,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

A synopsis of recent CBRNE reports and outlining plans created to prepare Canada and the U.S. against potential CBRNE threats and incidents.

(2012,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

We are on the eve of the 10th anniversary of the creation of a single Canadian federal department focused on “Public Safety.”

(2012,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Frontline Security continues its thrust to influence national security policies.

(2012,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

(...and the Elephant in the Room)

(2012,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Billions Spent, Millions Wasted

(2011,
issue 4)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

This issue’s theme of earth, wind, fire and ice attempts to address our preparedness to handle the Mother Nature concerns.

(2011,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Mother Nature's affect on us.

(2011,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

 “What is the state of our emergency preparedness and security?”

(2011,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

The Arctic poses a unique ''whole of government'' security challenges.

(2010,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Security and Emergency Management Challenges

(2010,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

The Minister of Public Safety Addresses the topic of emerging threats.

(2010,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Senator Segal discusses developments in Canadian anti-terrorism legislation and international cooperation.

(2010,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

This Summer 2010 edition deals with criminal financing and its effects on our security.

(2010,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

An interview with U.S. Deputy Director of Defense, William J. Lynn III.

(2010,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

How are ordinary people threatened by tainted money?

(2010,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

We all must capitalize on the fresh lessons learned ensuring that we can maintain and improve upon what works.

(2010,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

An interview with Lt-General Michael Jeffery drives home the need for strong leadership to ensure a resilient national security infrastructure.

(2010,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Brian Rexrod exposes privacy threats.

(2009,
issue 4)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

We need a National Security Policy, particularly its Emergency ­Preparedness and Critical Infrastructure ­Protection elements, and one which allies, neighbours, businesses, provinces and municipalities can, with confidence.

(2009,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

This edition will focus on personal protection – how we can safeguard our own health and also the security of our personal identity data. Various organizations are trying to help us with both challenges, and FrontLine brings you an interesting selection of these options.

(2009,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Emergency and Public Health Preparedness, Border Security, Climate Change, Terrorism challenges, Crime prevention, Cyber Security advice… we have it all for your summer reading. Much to reflect upon in all these offerings … much to do in our homes and local and greater communities!

(2009,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Dr. David Butler-Jones discusses his perspective on his role in the Public Health Agency of Canada, its achievements and ongoing challenges. Also the priority of prevention and healthy living.

(2009,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

We are pleased that the federal government has awakened to the seriousness and broad scope of Cyber Security threats and is preparing a policy on this matter.

(2009,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Assistant Commissioner Bud Mercer, Chief Operating Officer of the Vancouver 2010 Integrated Security Unit, has an enormous task to prepare security for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

(2008,
issue 4)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

A Sine Qua Non of our Mutual Economic Confidence

(2008,
issue 4)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Funding initiatives that make our borders more efficient and secure, a worthwhile and effective stimulus to our economy. A practical and remunerative initiative that the federal government must consider.

(2008,
issue 4)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Internationally respected Computer Engineer, Dr Amoroso presents a clear picture of cyber vulnerability and what he describes as our patchwork and ineffective reaction to it.

(2008,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

A Sine Qua Non of Economic Mutual Confidence

(2008,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

An Interview with Dr. James Jay Carafano.

(2008,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

The usual industry trick, which is to scare the customer, define the problem and sell your product to avoid it, and, eventually, improve upon this protection with even more costly technical fixes.

(2008,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Our Spring issue on Terrorism and Critical Infrastructure Protection ­generated much interest and comment.

(2008,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Crime and smuggling present serious security challenges at our airports.

(2008,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Recent drug seizures from Canada indicate drug export remains a thriving trade. Acting RCMP Director General in charge of Drugs and Organized Crime discusses the situation with FrontLine's Executive Editor, Clive Addy.

(2008,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Our main theme for this edition is on Critical Infrastructure Protection.

(2008,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Coordinator for 2010 Olympic and G8.

(2007,
issue 4)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Our first look at the Winter Olympics

(2007,
issue 4)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

An internationally recognized law enforce­ment and security expert, Coordinator of the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics talks about securing transportation during the Vancouver Winter Games: threats, training, financing and cooperation.

(2007,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

In this our Fall issue, we have chosen to focus on Canada's Maritime Security ­primarily because of concerns following recent Senate Committee reports, and the obvious impact that a continued lack of reasonable maritime security would have on our safety and prosperity.

(2007,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

One of the most comprehensive examinations of the state of our Maritime Security has been conducted by the Standing Senate Committee on National Security and Defence. Where is this work headed and what expectations should we have?

(2007,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

We have chosen to look at natrual disasters in this issue, more specifically what is being done about them, and what Emergency Preparedness truly means.

(2007,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

IDASSA 2007 is the second Natural Disaster exercise that the Republic of Croatia, in cooperation with NATOs Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC), has organized on its territory.

(2007,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

The Commander of Joint Task Force (Pacific) discusses the challenges of natural disaster preparation.

(2007,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Who protects it?

(2006,
issue 4)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

The theme of this issue is very pertinent as it follows on the heels of recent ­pronouncements by Prime Minister Harper in Vancouver this summer and by U.S. President Bush in September.

(2006,
issue 4)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

An Interview with Ron Moran, National President, CEUDA (Customs and Excise Union Douanes, Assise).

(2006,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Are we ready for a necessary, difficult and prolonged commitment to anything?

(2006,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Process or progress?

(2006,
issue 2)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

Dr David Butler-Jones heads the newly created Public Health Agency of Canada, providing leadership on the government's efforts to protect the health and safety of all Canadians. He is responsible for planning the National Pandemic Response.

(2006,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

I am very pleased to launch FRONTLINE SECURITY in the wake of the change in our national Government.

(2006,
issue 1)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

The Commissioner of Emergency Management in Ontario is responsible for providing leadership to all facets of the government's emergency management programs, including the provision of expert advice and guidance to the Premier and Cabinet on policy, procedures and legislation for provincial emergencies and other crises.