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Peace Operations Summer Institute PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 09 February 2004 04:10
 

We are pleased to announce a unique graduate-level course in modern peace operations offered in partnership by three leading Canadian institutions. This program focuses o­n developing flexible and creative thinking, problem-solving skills, and the intellectual responses required by those involved in peace operations as they encounter a complex and diverse spectrum of issues and situations around the world. The course draws o­n both the academic resources of the three partner institutions and a number of invited lecturers who are recognized experts in their fields. It also makes extensive use of the ORION Peace Operations Simulation System developed by the PPC to enable participants to critically analyze information and develop solutions.

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Cathedral Grove oldgrowth being logged PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Monday, 09 February 2004 01:32

By the time you read this the cutting will have begun. 400 year old trees will be falling, at least 18 of them.  5 acres of land will be cleared for a parking lot which will remain 3/4 empty even in the busiest of times.  The elk habitat occupying a wind tunnel which has resulted in catastrophic blowdown will become a parking lot with more trees sure to blow over every year.

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Ottawa defends defence hiring policies PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Friday, 06 February 2004 09:17
Halifax Herald: A spokesman for the Public Service Commission said Thursday that the Defence Department's hiring policy actually protects Atlantic Canadians rather than discriminating against them.
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Gordon Campbell, Paul Martin and Political Corruption PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Friday, 06 February 2004 08:57
Vive le Canada: Political corruption scandals are whirling around Gordon Campbell and B.C. Liberal cabinet members, and Paul Martin. The rot is deep and ugly. It suggests devious tampering with the very fundamentals of B.C. and Canadian democratic society. It extends to the RCMP and to the Prime Minister?s office in Ottawa. Regrettably, it calls into question the independence of many of B.C.?s senior judiciary.
Last Updated on Friday, 06 February 2004 08:57
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Earth Week 2004: Events & Activities Now Welcomed PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Friday, 06 February 2004 02:05

Earth Week: We have started intake for the 2004 Earth Week Calendar. We welcome your event information for this wonderful week-long celebration -- we also post run-up and follow-up events to Earth Week if they are Peace, Earth or Justice related. As in previous years, the 2004 Earth Week Calendar of events will be featured in Monday Magazine (hopefully as a pull-out) and o­n the web at http://pej.ca/week.  If you haven't got an event planned then we encourage you to consider joining with the rest of us. Ask your co-workers if they would like to hold an event between Earth Day and May Day (April 22 to May 1). Help make this the best Earth Week ever. An event registration form can be found at: http://pej.ca/week/register.htm.

Contact: Danny Rubin, Earth/PEJ Calendar Coordinator, (250) 361-1876,  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
http://pej.ca/week.

Last Updated on Friday, 06 February 2004 02:05
 
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