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Stakeholders
Discover how Canadians' economic, political and social lives are connected with their environment. Witness how the various stakeholders in Canadian society behave, see the impact of their actions on the environment, the responsibilities they hold, the role they play and the criticism aimed at them.
Industry and WorkersIndustry and WorkersIndustry and WorkersIndustry and Workers
This sub-section questions the actions of certain companies and the extent of their responsibilities. It looks at workers defending their jobs and at the people affected by the globalization of industry.

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Individuals as Citizens and ConsumersIndividuals as Citizens and ConsumersIndividuals as Citizens and ConsumersIndividuals as Citizens and Consumers
This sub-section examines the damage caused by over-consumption, looks at citizens' responsibility and suggests some ways of protecting the environment.

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Interest Groups and ActivistsInterest Groups and ActivistsInterest Groups and ActivistsInterest Groups and Activists
This sub-section examines the role and actions of citizen groups, researchers, environmentalists, activists, members of an Aboriginal community and an influential personality.

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GovernmentGovernmentGovernmentGovernment
This sub-section looks at the role and responsibility of the federal and some provincial governments. It presents the research, analysis and monitoring done by various federal and provincial departments.

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