Metron Construction tragedy: A case study surrounding corporate responsibility

The idea of harm to workers in the context of white collar crime is one that emphasizes that principles of responsibility & preparation- or lack thereof-in providing workers with adequate working conditions as well as appropriate training in order to safely maneuver these environments. Whereas workplace accidents happen in almost any sort of occupation, these …

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Shipyard Workers Union questions if hiring practices of Irving are focusing on Canadians first

A Halifax shipbuilding union has begun questioning the hiring practices of the Irving Shipbuilding corporation that is the lead contractor for Canada's military ships. The questioning comes in light of Irving hiring a substantial amount of foreign workers to come to Canada to work for the company which the union alleges has not been justified …

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Marketing Gone Wrong: When Has The Fine Line Between Marketing and False Marketing Been Crossed

Bell is one of Canada’s largest telecommunications companies and was first opened their Canadian office in Montreal, Quebec in the year 1880. They offer a wide range of product for both personal and professional use. They provide internet, TV, home phone services, personal phone services and many more. Do You Read the Fine Print? Since …

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