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 […]
Transparency International Canada calls on Ottawa to introduce a public registry of Canadian registered companies Tracking beneficial ownership would reduce tax evasion and money laundering Toronto, Ont. (May 9, 2016) – On the eve of the global anti-corruption summit, which will take place in London on May 12th, Transparency International Canada calls upon the Government […]
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.
Major corruption scandals hitting the news often share key commonalities: the people at the centre of the scandal use a complex web of anonymous companies, trusts and other legal entities situated across multiple jurisdictions to transfer and hide their illicitly sourced funds. Perpetrators often use the services of professional middle-men and banks to move or […]
TI Canada and TI Secretariat bring a joint motion for leave to intervene in Supreme Court of Canada appeal Transparency International Canada and Transparency International Secretariat have brought a joint motion for leave to intervene in the Supreme Court of Canada appeal of World Bank Group v. Kevin Wallace, et al. The appeal will consider […]