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Published on: 6 Jun 2012 By

BP to spend $400M to reduce emissions from tar sands refinery

When BP received approval to re-engineer its Whiting operation in Indiana, intended to refine oil from Canada’s tar sands, environmental groups challenged the permits. It turned out that BP’s air permit application did not accurately reflect the real emissions from the refinery. As exp…

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Published on: 4 Jun 2012 By

Practical Tips for Conducting the Termination Meeting

So the decision has been made to terminate an employee, and you are in charge of delivering the bad news.  As difficult as that may be for you, it will undoubtedly be more difficult and uncomfortable for the employee.   Below are a number of practical tips to reduce the stress, tension and p…

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Published on: 31 May 2012 By

Looking for Car Insurance in Ontario? Topics for Speaking with Your Insurance Broker

We all drive with the hope and misplaced expectation that we will not be involved in a car crash. Unfortunately, a lack of foresight and proper planning can lead to devastating consequences in the event of a motor vehicle accident and you do not have the proper amounts of auto insurance to w…

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Published on: 31 May 2012 By

Ottawa, N.S. seek to appeal C.B. class action certification

http://thechronicleherald.ca reports on the certification of a class action that was launched eight years ago by area residents seeking compensation for years of exposure to toxic pollution from the former Sydney Steel plant. Siskinds LLP is co-counsel for the residents. To view the article,…

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