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Martyn Brown: Shining a light on Canada's dirty money do-nothings in "Ozark North" - 2019-05-10

F0.png Martyn Brown: Shining a light on Canada's dirty money do-nothings in "Ozark North" May 10, 2019, Martyn Brown, Georgia Straight

Canada is once again on the OECD's and the World Bank's "most (not) wanted" bribery and corruption watch lists.

When Canadian corporate "Crown jewels" like SNC-Lavalin and Bombardier take centre stage in the global battle against bribery and corruption, you might think that would be enough to make Canada's governing party perk up and act.

When report after report details the scope and magnitude of money laundering in British Columbia—from casinos, to luxury cars, to real estate—you would think it would oblige the federal politicians in Ottawa to take the lead in demanding a public inquiry to get to the bottom of that national travesty.

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{{cite news | first = Martyn | last = Brown | title = Martyn Brown: Shining a light on Canada's dirty money do-nothings in "Ozark North" | url = https://www.straight.com/news/1239236/martyn-brown-shining-light-canadas-dirty-money-do-nothings-ozark-north | work = Georgia Straight | date = May 10, 2019 | accessdate = May 12, 2019 }}