Posts from ‘In Depth’ - Page 36

Tenure re-allocation: the coming day of reckoning

February 9, 2004 | 

The reality of tenure reallocation will hit logging companies, First Nations and communities in the next few weeks. Dogwood Initiative has learned that the BC government will send letters ...

Much ado about corporations (Part 2): Next steps

February 5, 2004 | 

The release of The Corporation, a new award-winning film by the BC-based team of Jennifer Abbott, Mark Achbar, and Joel Bakan, is opening up dialogue on the legal structure ...

Much ado about corporations (Part 1)

February 4, 2004 | 

Canada desperately needs an open dialogue about the growing power of the corporations in our society. The Corporation, a new award-winning film by the BC-based team of Jennifer Abbott, ...

DISMISSED: Apsassin et al v. BC Oil and Gas et al

February 2, 2004 | 

Chief Alan Apsassin, on his own behalf and on behalf of the members of the Saulteau First Nations, Petitioner, and The British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission and Vintage ...

Cabinet shuffled, Hagen demoted?

January 28, 2004 | 

One of the biggest surprises in the recent cabinet shuffle was the apparent demotion of Stan Hagen, who moved to Human Resources from Sustainable Resource Management (SRM). SRM is ...

Corporations as psychopaths environmental lessons

January 27, 2004 | 

The anti-social legal foundations of the modern corporation are dissected in the new award-winning documentary, THE CORPORATION. The film, which recently won the World Cinema Documentary Audience Award at ...

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