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TI Canada makes presentation to the Organization of American States Mechanism for Follow-Up on the Implementation of the Inter-American Convention against Corruption

TI Canada was invited to by the Committee of Experts (CoE) of the Organization of American Sates (OAS) Mechanism for Follow-Up on the Implementation of the Inter-American Convention against Corruption (MESICIC) to make during an onsite visit in Ottawa on April 25-27. The review is in accordance with the Methodology for Conducting On-site Visits (Methodology) adopted by its States Parties On […]

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Paul Lalonde discusses OSC’s proposal to financially reward whistle-blowers

Board member of TI Canada and partner at Denton’s Canada, Paul Lalonde, commented on the recent Ontario Securities Commission announcement that it is interested in adopting a whistle-blower program. The OSC proposes to offer whistle-blowers financial rewards for coming forth with timely an credible information that leads to the imposition of monetary sanctions. TI Canada’s […]

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Corporate Wrongdoing – Assessing Canada’s Policies on Integrity Framework

TI Canada’s Executive Director Alesia Nahirny and several TI Canada Board Members participated in an event organized by the Institute for Research for Research on Public Policy “Assessing Canada’s Policies on the Integrity Framework and Corporate Wrongdoing.” Some of the questions discussed by the expert panel were: What are the main policy instruments used in Canada to […]

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Donate TI Canada responds to the new Integrity Regime introduced by PWGSC in July 2015

On July 3rd 2015, the Department of Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) introduced its revamped procurement Integrity Regime. The Regime replaces the former Integrity Framework, which had been subject to criticism. Transparency International Canada had provided its recommendations on how the Integrity Framework could be improved. Our comments, contained in a February 2015 […]

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TI Canada in the News About Manulife and FINTRAC, and Legal Loopholes in BC

TI Canada’s Interim-Executive Director was interviewed on CBC’s ‘On the Money’ (interview starts at 5:26) to discuss the fallout of FINTRAC not naming Manulife Bank for fines of $1.15 million. Manulife Bank, a division of Manulife Financial, was fined for failing report obligations on many transactions. Manulife Bank has claimed that its failure to flag […]

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