Articles By Robert Parkins

Lessons in cybersafety

Lessons in cybersafety

British Columbia’s Ministry of Management Services recently produced its sixth annual conference on privacy and security issues, this time focusing...

April 4th, 2005 Robert Parkins
Privacy? It’s spelled r-e-c-y-c-l-i-n-g

Privacy? It’s spelled r-e-c-y-c-l-i-n-g

Richard Purcell, chief executive officer of the Corporate Privacy Group, and a widely respected authority on privacy and security, created...

April 4th, 2005 Robert Parkins
Q&A: John Manley

Q&A: John Manley

Veteran Ottawa MP John Manley was federal Minister of Industry for seven years in the 1990s. In that capacity, he...

May 5th, 2004 Robert Parkins
A different spin

A different spin

They’ve added a civic spin to the planning for the annual Lac Carling Congress.For the first time since the respected...

April 5th, 2004 Robert Parkins
No

No

There's "no wrong door" to Toronto, says Steven Wong. Or there shouldn't be.In a review at the Lac Carling Congress...

July 23rd, 2003 Robert Parkins
Convenience drives city

Convenience drives city

Calgarians are signing on in cyberspace, says Bob Shaw - and liking what they find there. Shaw, the city's chief...

July 9th, 2003 Robert Parkins
Q&A:  Frank McKenna

Q&A: Frank McKenna

Former New Brunswick Premier Frank McKenna electrified delegates at the Lac Carling 2003 congress this year with a keynote address...

July 8th, 2003 Robert Parkins
The e-World of Bernard Lord

The e-World of Bernard Lord

New Brunswick Premier Bernard Lord, whose province is a leader in the development of e-government in Canada, took part in...

September 30th, 2002 Robert Parkins
Message From the Editor

Message From the Editor

For aficionados of e-Government, the notion of permission is not just an arugment about which teenagers may see which movie....

January 31st, 2001 Robert Parkins
Introduction

Introduction

It was a good question when it first surfaced back in the '80s, and it's a good question now: Just...

December 31st, 2000 Robert Parkins