Formed in June of 2007, ILOC (Institutional Locksmiths Organization of Canada) is a not for profit trade organization set up as one voice to provide support and education to its members in the Institutional and In-House aspects of the Locksmithing and Security Industry in Canada. Its members include: Locksmiths, Carpenters, Maintenance Workers, and anyone else involved in the installation, sales and service of security door hardware in Hospitals, School Boards, Universities and Colleges, Commercial Companies, Property Management Companies, Government Institutions, Hotels, Municipalities, Hydro, Transit Systems, etc. As the only national Locksmith organization in Canada, they are dedicated to increasing access to education, proper training and the sharing of information throughout the industry in order to provide a better and more professionally trained Locksmith for the Institutions and Companies requiring such services. For more information, please go to [1]

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