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The board is pleased to welcome three new corporate members:
Loblaw Companies Limited
Wasserman Forensic Investigative Services Inc.
Journalists share with lawyers the ignominy of being disliked but indispensable. Shakespeare could just as well have said "kill all the journalists" instead of lawyers to make his point about how to destroy democracy and override the rule of law. But...read more
By: Paul Schabas, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, Toronto
What is making headlines in the world of ethics? Read our latest articles and submissions from distinguished business and community leaders.
2012 Ethics Centre Scholarship Winner - Raymond B.Chiu, a second year Doctor of Business Administration student in the DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University. He has been awarded the scholarship for his project “The Morally Good Employee: Transforming Organizations through Personnel Selection”.Browse Articles
The Honourable R. Roy McMurtry, OC, O.Ont, QC
Doing the “Right” Thing by John Keefe, Partner, Goodmans LLP
On February 25th, 2014 John A. Keefe presented his view on balancing ethics with profit. Keefe highlighted the fact that ethics and CSR are commonly perceived as costs of doing business, and as methods of reducing legal risks.
This summary represents the views of Pete Myers and Nicole Karolyi, Ryerson University students, on the speaker’s remarks.
Did you miss an event? EthicsCentre CA posts our guest speaker remarks online. Browse through our archive for valuable insight on a wide range of topics.