B.C. Needs a Real Community Benefits Plan

Times Colonist

"It took a recent controversy in the Cowichan First Nation to expose the serious, fundamental problems with the [Community Benefits Agreement]," writes Renze Nauta, work and economics program director at Cardus. "The program has not only failed to meet its stated objectives, but that the objectives themselves are fundamentally misaligned against the public interest."

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Topics: Work