bribery

The company and two subsidiaries faced charges they paid $48 million in bribes to land contracts with the regime of Moammar Gadhafi.
TORONTO — An international anti-corruption watchdog says Canada has made "moderate" efforts to enforce an anti-bribery convention
The RCMP says it is more aggressively pursuing Canadian companies that pay bribes to win lucrative contracts overseas and
Do you recognize any of these red flags? On a board or in a company of which you serve? Allegations of wrongdoing can put assets and reputation at risk. Regulators have enormous power, and are focusing their sights much more on the role a board plays, or does not play, in overseeing the affairs of the company.
Canada is the second-least corruption-prone country in the world, with only Ireland having a lower risk of bribery, according
A “disturbingly high” number of Canadian executives believe corruption is rampant in this country, according to a new global
Take pride in your work and know that if you accept cash for coverage, then you've been compromised, but it's best to acknowledge this fact and move forward with integrity. In order to stop the on-going payola scheme, all must refuse to be bought and sold for providing coverage and know there's real value in that. Let's start the discussion now rather than later.
According to Michael Hershman, an international expert on transparency and accountability, corruption is more severe in Quebec than anywhere else in Canada and a "culture of corruption" has invaded the province's business elite.
The Canadian government is doing what it can to help corruption-plagued SNC-Lavalin get a lucrative contract to build a $163-million hospital complex in the Caribbean country of Trinidad and Tobago. The injudiciousness of the decision by one Canadian federal government agency to arrange an untendered, closed-door deal for SNC-Lavalin while another, the federal police force, investigates the company for wrongdoing seems lost on government officials. Canadians would be right to charge that our government is failing to maintain proper standards in the handling of public projects.
More than four in 10 Canadians have witnessed wrongdoing at work, including bribery, fraud and cooking of financial results