- The New College Compact: Would It Work in Canada?
- Against Financial Literacy
- The Labour Market Experience of Postsecondary Graduates with Disabilities
- CETA: Compensation for the Increase in European Exports of Cheese to Canada?
- Newfoundland Holds Some Cards in CETA Dispute with the Harper Government
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Monthly Archives: April 2014
On April 17, I raised the question of whether a conflict of interest existed for some Carleton Board of Governors members around the new and expensive parking structure approaching completion on the North end of campus. That parking structure, along … Continue reading
Canadian universities typically have clear statements of how to deal with perceived, potential and real conflicts of interests that arise for members of their Boards of Governors. For example, the by-laws of the Carleton University Board of Governors state: “A … Continue reading