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  • Bi-lingual French-Canadians

    I have noticed that there are a few Canadians in the forum. I have a project that is simmering currently that has me in need of several of my brothers from the North with the following qualifications - if you are interested please PM me so we can start a rapport and I will provide further info off-line:

    1. Fully bi-lingual (French/English)
    2. Has military /LEO experience. (can be waived with verifiable security experience relevant to the mission)
    3. Excellent physical condition.
    4. Licensed in Canada (security and/or investigations)
    5. Has security training experience
    6. Can be away from Canada for periods of up to 90 days at a time.
    7. Currently holds a passport (or can obtain one quickly - I do not know how long the Canadian Govt passport section has with their turn-around, in the US you can have it in two/three days)

    Appreciate any leads/responses.

    Cheers
    Last edited by DazednadConfused; 09-22-2010, 11:15 AM. Reason: Poorly communicated thought...
    "The path to paradise begins in hell."
    — Dante Alighieri

  • #2
    Originally posted by DazednadConfused View Post
    I have noticed that there are a few Canadians in the forum. I have a project that is simmering currently that has me in need of several of my brothers from the North with the following qualifications - if you are interested please PM me so we can start a rapport and I will provide further info off-line:

    1. Fully bi-lingual (French/English)
    2. Has military /LEO experience. (can be waived with verifiable security experience relevant to the mission)
    3. Excellent physical condition.
    4. Licensed in Canada (security and/or investigations)
    5. Has security training experience
    6. Can be away from Canada for periods of up to 90 days at a time.
    7. Currently holds a passport (or can obtain one quickly - I do not know how long the Canadian Govt passport section has with their turn-around, in the US you can have it in two/three days)

    Appreciate any leads/responses.

    Cheers
    What about bilingual (French/English) English Canadians?
    I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
    Security Officers. The 1st First Responders.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by HotelSecurity View Post
      What about bilingual (French/English) English Canadians?
      My apologies - an egregious faux pas.

      Bi-lingual CANADIANS.

      Sorry about the miscommunication.
      "The path to paradise begins in hell."
      — Dante Alighieri

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      • #4
        Originally posted by HotelSecurity View Post
        What about bilingual (French/English) English Canadians?
        If you want to pass yourself off as one of us here's a few simple steps:

        1) Don't pronounce your "h" sounds.
        2) Eat tortiere at least twice a week.
        3) Follow only those traffic laws you personally agree with.
        4) Tell everyone you voted "oui" in '95.
        5) If you don't yet know how to play hockey, learn.

        (I'm technically French Canadian so I can say these things )

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bigshotceo View Post
          If you want to pass yourself off as one of us here's a few simple steps:

          1) Don't pronounce your "h" sounds.
          2) Eat tortiere at least twice a week.
          3) Follow only those traffic laws you personally agree with.
          4) Tell everyone you voted "oui" in '95.
          5) If you don't yet know how to play hockey, learn.

          (I'm technically French Canadian so I can say these things )
          Don't forget to mix up your "Js" & "Gs"!

          Tortiere? Québecois eat poutine!

          I voted Non in 1890 & 1975. (Is it best out of 5?)

          I'm an Anglo Québecois.
          I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
          Security Officers. The 1st First Responders.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by HotelSecurity View Post
            I voted Non in 1890 & 1975. (Is it best out of 5?)
            Well, dang. You sure are, um, rich in experience and wisdom.
            The CCTV Blog.

            "Expert" is something like "leader". It's not a title that you can ever claim for yourself no matter what you might know or might have done. It's a title that others bestow on you based on their assessment of what you know and what you have done.

            -SecTrainer

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DazednadConfused View Post
              I have noticed that there are a few Canadians in the forum. I have a project that is simmering currently that has me in need of several of my brothers from the North with the following qualifications - if you are interested please PM me so we can start a rapport and I will provide further info off-line:

              1. Fully bi-lingual (French/English)
              2. Has military /LEO experience. (can be waived with verifiable security experience relevant to the mission)
              3. Excellent physical condition.
              4. Licensed in Canada (security and/or investigations)
              5. Has security training experience
              6. Can be away from Canada for periods of up to 90 days at a time.
              7. Currently holds a passport (or can obtain one quickly - I do not know how long the Canadian Govt passport section has with their turn-around, in the US you can have it in two/three days)

              Appreciate any leads/responses.

              Cheers

              It look like a job for Haiti ?

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              • #8
                French canucks

                I can assist you here. Email is [email protected]

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