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Getting the Goods
Information in BC How to Find It, How to Use It

Oustonm, Rick
Publisher:  New Star Books, Vancouver, Canada
Year Published:  1990  
Pages:  150pp   ISBN:  ISBN 0-922586-05-1
Library of Congress Number:  Z674.5.C2008 1989   Dewey:  020.'9711
Resource Type:  Book

A guide to the basic sources of information -- the tools of the trade -- that all reporters, researchers and investigators rely on.


Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Access to Information Act
3. Adoptions
4. Alternative Press
5. Annual Reports
6. Assessment Authority of B.C.
7. Background
8. Bankruptcy
9. Better Business Bureau
10. B.C.Government
11. Business Licenses
12. Canadian Association of Journalists
13. Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
14. Charities
15. City Directories and Criss-Cross
16. Competitors
17. Computer Databases
18. Contacts Influential
19. Coroners
20. Courts
21. Cults
22. Directory Assistance
23. Dumpster Diving
24. Environment
25. Financial Disclosure Act
26. Fire Commissioner
27. Government Agent
28. Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc.
29. Land Titles Office
30. Landlords
31. Minutes
32. Off the Record
33. Photocopy
34. Professional Associations
35. Public Accounts
36. Registrar of Companies
37. Regulatory Bodies
38. Search Warrants
39. Sources
40. Ten-K
41. Universities
42. Vancouver Stock Exchange
43. Vancouver Sun and Province
44. Who Owns What?
45. Zen, and the Art of Putting It all Together


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