Transparency International Canada addresses corruption in a number of sectors and through a variety of methods, working with the private sector, government and civil society, and,engaging stakeholders to create inclusive demands for improved transparency and accountability at home and abroad.
We conduct research, facilitate dialogue and make calls for action when we see the need. TI Canada’s work has helped to improve the federal Integrity Regime, shed light on the challenges of beneficial ownership, and highlighted the need for protecting whistleblowers, among other achievements.
Find out how we’re doing so with the list of ongoing Transparency International Canada projects below.
Mining for Sustainable Development
To promote sustainable development, Transparency International’s Mining for Sustainable Development (M4SD) Program will identify where the mining awards process could be vulnerable to a lack of transparency and accountability…read more
Beneficial Ownership Transparency
Canada is one of the world’s most opaque jurisdictions when it comes to ownership of private companies and trusts, said a new report released today by Transparency International Canada (TI Canada)…read more