Source: Ian Bickis, The Canadian Press, April 21, 2019
TORONTO — The veil of Canadian corporate secrecy that helps fuel global corruption is slowly lifting, but not fast enough for some critics.
Canada, criticized in the past by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and others as a laggard on anti-corruption policies, has taken steps in recent years to catch up to its more advanced peers, including new measures set to come into force in June.
The recent changes and initiatives have been encouraging to those working to stamp out bribery and other forms of corruption.
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