Archive | January, 2012

Business ethics meet Gadhafi's Libya

Canada’s largest engineering firm, Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin, has come under criticism for its operations in Libya. A recent story by Globe and Mail reporter Graeme Smith revealed close ties between the Canadian engineering company and Col. Gadhafi’s son Saadi before the regime collapsed. SNC-Lavalin’s work with Saadi focused on establishment of a civil-military corps of engineers […]

Business ethics meet Gadhafi’s Libya

Canada’s largest engineering firm, Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin, has come under criticism for its operations in Libya. A recent story by Globe and Mail reporter Graeme Smith revealed close ties between the Canadian engineering company and Col. Gadhafi’s son Saadi before the regime collapsed. SNC-Lavalin’s work with Saadi focused on establishment of a civil-military corps of engineers […]

Deportation: The cheap road to "justice"?

The Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act, which seeks both to bar the entry of war criminals into Canada and to facilitate their prosecution, entered into force twelve years ago. Four departments and agencies of the government are tasked with implementing the war crimes law: the Canadian Border Services Agency, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, […]

Deportation: The cheap road to “justice”?

The Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act, which seeks both to bar the entry of war criminals into Canada and to facilitate their prosecution, entered into force twelve years ago. Four departments and agencies of the government are tasked with implementing the war crimes law: the Canadian Border Services Agency, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, […]