How Canada helps advance global corruption

James Cohen is the executive director of Transparency International Canada

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B.C. Attorney General David Eby talks about the details found in a recent report done by an expert panel about billions in money laundering in the province during a press conference at Legislature in Victoria, B.C., on Thursday, May 9.

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Canada tries to portray itself as a good neighbour on the world stage: We like to talk about ethical and values-based practices in our global conduct, including signing on to global anti-corruption initiatives. But the truth is we have been riding on this reputation for far too long, to cloak our ghastly position of actually enabling global corruption.

In recent months, Canadians have been exposed to

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