Are potential employees obliged to disclose any criminal record to current or prospective employers and if so, which convictions should be disclosed? Are employers justified in choosing not to employ a person due to criminal convictions and if so, which criminal convictions justify which action? 312 more words
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The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) will be in North Bay on January 21 for the second part of the provincial consultation for the seven communities along the route of the proposed Energy East Pipeline. 28 more words
New Energy Technologies is developing the first-of-its kind SolarWindow™ technology, which enables see-through windows to generate electricity by ‘spraying’ their glass surfaces with New Energy’s electricity-generating coatings – the subject of forty two (42) patent filings. 2,120 more words
“Ruling Puts Dent In Insider Probes,” Wall Street Journal, December 11, 2014 A1. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals reverses two insider trading convictions, on the grounds that the original tippers didn’t receive a benefit for their tips. 239 more words
THE PRINCE of Wales has admitted he is concerned the world is rapidly returning to “the dark ages of public executions”.
Archbishop Habib of Basra, left, meets Prince Charles, right, during a visit to Iraqi Christians.425 more words