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On-line articles, commentaries, papers

Most writers and authors include in their body of work published articles, commentaries, and papers read at the meetings of learned societies or at private and public gatherings.  Papers read are generally published in the 'proceedings' of those societies at which they were presented. Articles published in newspapers and journals rarely appear again in print unless they have extraordinary appeal or appear in anthologies. For articles reprinted, the writer is rarely paid. It is a question of copyright ownership. The continuing debate as to who owns the rights to an article once it is published is a running sore between writers and the print media. This debate has gathered momentum with the dawn of the electronic media and the internet.

The Writers Union of Canada regularly discusses electronic rights at its meetings. It also works with the Periodical Writers Association of Canada and similar organisations in a continuing effort to secure a better deal for its members. As a statement in support of TWUC and the PWAC, I exercise my rights of electronic copyright by publishing a selection of my articles, papers and reports on the internet. Together with each article is a summary of its content. The date of publication or address appears at the end of the article. Some articles have appeared in more than one journal. Only the journal in which an article first appear is identified.

Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia
Canada - Economic Colony NEW
Canadian Boy Soldiers
Child Soldiers and small weapons of mass destruction
Cobourg - now and then UPDATED
On public rights of way here and there (Cobourg)
Corporate management
  Foreign domination
  Anatomy of the corporate takeover
  Whose continental resources did you say?
  Untying the Gordian Knot - Canadian style
  International corporatism
Death in the market, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia An execution in Saudi Arabia.
Dirty oil business
Dongo Busting East African Safari Rally
Driving through the Sinai Desert
Encounter on the Limuru road
Equipment & plant maintenance
  Maintenance mathematics
  Maintenance Training
  RAM Analysis
Executive Job Interview
Factoring rats and molasses
Halifax Gun
Havana work gang sixteen
Honey Pot Men of South Stockton
Interview with Ahmad Hussain al-Ghasmi Interview in Sanaa, Yemen.
Jack Nissen and WWII Radar Jack Nissen and WWII radar technology.
Labrador power development Hydro-power project in Labrador.
A Life Lived Constable Sarah Anne Cockerill (1961-2001) RCMP.
Luncheon at Westminster Abbey
Patriot Games Canadian Style Business contacts gather information.
Recruited to the Intelligence Corps (MI8)
St. George's Day in Kampala
Sir Percy Sillitoe of MI5
Trappers of Labrador
What industry wants...industry gets The influence of business on education.
Uneventful Apprenticeship

Delta Tech Systems Inc
Duke of York's Royal Military School
Royal Hibernian Military School
Reminiscences of a Queen's Army  Schoolmistress
World War I - The war to end all wars
Books and Militaria
Publications and Papers
Wellington on Waterloo
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