Transparency International-Canada is pleased with the decision by the Ontario Supreme Court to sentence Nazir Karigar to three years in prison term for his role in a plan to bribe officials in India. A prison term of this length marks an important development in Canada’s enforcement of the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act and […]
This article was originally published in The Toronto Star on January 25, 2017 as ‘Don’t let Canada become haven for tax dodgers’ (link here). La version française de cet article apparaît ci-dessous By James Cohen and Adam Ross Criminals, kleptocrats, and tax evaders are taking advantage of Canada’s stellar reputation as an open and honest […]
TI Canada provides comments to the Ontario Securities Commission in response to the Commission’s call for comments on Proposed Policy 15-601 Whistleblower Program.
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 […]
TI Canada has sent an Open Letter to Political Party Leaders regarding Whistleblower Protection in Canada asking them what their party’s position is on whistleblower protection. Protection of whistleblowers plays a crucial role in the fight against corruption in Canada. Thanks to the courage and principles of whistleblowers, we discover abuses in all sectors – […]