- At the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Nike teams will be wearing jerseys made from 100 per cent discarded bottles sourced from landfills. Each recycled polyester jersey is produced from up to eight recycled plastic bottles.
- he Nike N7 program provides Aboriginal organizations, centres and communities greater access to health care through grants, donations and athletic opportunities. The 15 participating Canadian Aboriginal communities receive Nike products at a reduced cost, with proceeds benefiting the Nike N7 Fund.
- The Nike Foundation started the Girl Effect, providing adolescent girls in developing countries with educational, health, entrepreneurial and skills-training programs.
Top 50 Socially Responsible Corporations
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Week in pictures
Anguished Madoff wept as he revealed fraud, former right-hand man testifies at NY trial
The province is partly to blame for Kellogg’s plant closure in London, Ont.
The consequences of corporate welfare
Are we better off without the Reform Act?
Maybe we are. Unless we aren’t.
Who is Rob Delaney?
… and why do people think he’s the funniest person on Twitter?
Vanessa Young’s legislative legacy
New drug safety law propelled by a teenager’s tragic death
The Ron Burgundy wave
How Will Ferrell’s fake newsman became a real cultural force
A Christmas Story has surprising Canadian roots
As the iconic movie turns 30, fans may be surprised to know much of it was filmed in Ontario