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Organizations in Canada

  • ACE Security Laminates Corp.
  • Ajilon Canada Inc
  • Akinvest Inc.
  • Alcan Inc.
  • Algonquin Travel & MKI Conference Management Ltd.
  • American Industrial Ovens
  • Barrick Gold Corporation
  • BC Hydro
  • Bell Canada Enterprises
  • Black Coral Inc.
  • Canada International United Business Association
  • Canadian Business for Social Responsibility (CBSR)
  • Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs (CCEPA)
  • Catalyst Paper Corporation
  • Centre de Recherche en Éthique de L’UniversitĂ© de MontrĂ©al (CRÉUM)
  • Centre for Accounting Ethics, University of Waterloo
  • Centre on Values and Ethics (COVE), Carleton University
  • Chaire de responsabilitĂ© sociale et de dĂ©veloppement durable, UQĂ€M – UniversitĂ© du QuĂ©bec Ă  MontrĂ©al
  • Clarkson Centre for Business Ethics, University of Toronto
  • CODE Incorporated
  • Enbridge
  • Ethics Centre CA
  • Ethique-Economique
  • Future Electronics
  • Gardiner Professor of Business Ethics at Schulich, York University
  • GlobalTox International Consultants Inc
  • GlobeScan Incorporated
  • Golder Associates Corporation
  • HSBC Asset Management (Canada) Ltd
  • Hudson’s Bay Company
  • Human Rights Research and Education Centre, University of Ottawa
  • Hydro Quebec
  • INCO
  • International Association of Educators for World Peace
  • International Center for Aviation and the Environment (ICAE)
  • International Institute of Sustainable Development
  • Leadership for Environment and Development (LEAD) International
  • Mountain Equipment Co-op
  • Mountain Equipment CO-OP
  • Nexen Inc.
  • Petro-Canada
  • Richard Ivey School of Business
  • Rideau Orders, Decorations & Medals Inc
  • Schneider Power Inc
  • Suncor Energy
  • TADA – Transatlantic Doctoral Academy on Corporate Responsibility
  • Talisman Energy Inc.
  • Tembec Inc.
  • Tetreault Parent Languedoc et Associes Inc.
  • The Conference Board of Canada
  • The Micronutrient Initiative
  • TransAlta Corporation
  • U.S.E. Hickson Products Ltd.
  • Ville De Bois-Des-Filion
  • W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics, University of British Columbia
  • World Confederation of Productivity Science










  • BC Hydro








    Canadian Business for Social Responsibility (CBSR)








    Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs (CCEPA)








    Centre de Recherche en Éthique de L’UniversitĂ© de MontrĂ©al (CRÉUM)








    Centre for Accounting Ethics, University of Waterloo








    Centre on Values and Ethics (COVE), Carleton University








    Chaire de responsabilitĂ© sociale et de dĂ©veloppement durable, UQĂ€M – UniversitĂ© du QuĂ©bec Ă  MontrĂ©al








    Clarkson Centre for Business Ethics, University of Toronto








    Ethics Centre CA








    Ethique-Economique








    Gardiner Professor of Business Ethics at Schulich, York University








    Human Rights Research and Education Centre, University of Ottawa








    Mountain Equipment CO-OP








    Petro-Canada








    Suncor Energy








    TADA – Transatlantic Doctoral Academy on Corporate Responsibility








    The Conference Board of Canada








    TransAlta Corporation








    W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics, University of British Columbia









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