Table of Contents
Canadian businesses operating around the world are discovering that corporate social responsibility is not only the right thing to do, but also can be good for business!
Corruption leads to human suffering in a myriad of ways.
Assessing the ethics of Corporate Social Responsibility can be complicated.
The BP environmental disaster was years in the making and is a cause for reflection for corporate advisors.
This Canadian company paid a heavy price for unethical behaviour.
An epic David and Goliath battle has been waged over many years and it is not clear yet who will prevail.
The London 2012 Olympics will usher in a new drug testing standard for athletes, resulting in new legal issues.
Much has been done to counter this terrible crime, but much remains to be done.
The Keegstra case highlights the difficulties inherent in limiting freedom of expression.
Toughest Sentence Ever for Human Trafficking, Suing Tobacco Companies, Please Release Me, Let Me Go, Is Alberta’s Privacy Law Unconstitutional?, Valuing Historic Sites
Universities, the Charter and Freedom of Expression
Opening Closed Doors – The Downside of Suing your Abuser
Resources about Corporate Social Responsibility
Corruption and Scandals – A Modest Proposal
Resolving Conflict – Six Simple Steps to Keeping the Peace
B.C. Paves the Way for Community Contributions Companies