Canada Experiences Its Most Active Year Yet in Anti-Corruption Law and Enforcement

During 2013, there were many developments in Canadian anti-corruption law and enforcement, including new Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) investigations and charges, CFPOA convictions, legislative amendments and related regulatory initiatives. At the present time, the RCMP advises that it has over 35 CFPOA investigations ongoing. The most significant of this past year’s CFPOA developments are summarized below. …

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