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|Title||:||Imperial Canada Inc.: Legal Haven of Choice for the World's Mining Industries|
|Author||:||Alain Deneault, William Sacher, Catherine Browne, Mathieu Denis, Patrick Ducharme, Fred A. Reed, Robin Philpot|
|Number of Pages||:||243|
|Category||:||Canada, History, Business, Anthropology|
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Imperial Canada Inc.: Legal Haven of Choice for the World's Mining Industries i Imperial Canada Inc i sets out to ask a simple question why is Canada home to more than of the world s mining companies .
Created by the British North America Act of Canada rather than turning away from its colonial past actively embraced appropriated and perpetuated the imperial ambitions of its mother country Two years later it took possession of Rupert s Land all of the land draining into Hudson Bay and the North West Territories from the Hudson s Bay Company million square miles of resources and set about its nation building enterprise of extending its Dominion from sea to sea .
This Canadian imperial heritage continues to offer the extractive sector worldwide a customized trading environment that supports speculation enables capital flows to finance questionable projects abroad pursues a pro active diplomacy which successfully promotes this sector to international institutions opens fiscal pipelines to Caribbean tax havens provides government subsidies and most especially offers a politicized legal haven from any risk of litigious recourse attempted by any community seriously affected by these industries .
Traditionally rooted in Canadian law the right to reputation effectively supersedes freedom of expression and the public s right to information Hence Canadian bodies corporate i e Canadian based corporations can sue for libel any and all persons or legal entities that quote documents or generate analyses of their corporate practices that they do not approve of Even foreign academics have become hesitant about presenting their work in Canada for fear of such prosecution .
The authors of i Imperial Canada Inc i all respected scholars in their fields meticulously research four factors that contribute to the answer to this question Quebec s and Ontario s mining codes the history of the Toronto Stock Exchange Canada s involvement with Caribbean tax havens and finally Canada s official role of promoting itself to international institutions governing the world s mining sector