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Much has been written about ethical governance in the corporate and government spheres in the last few years. Hollinger, Enron, Nortel - the list of companies implicated in corporate wrongdoing of some sort is long. Laws have been enacted across the continent to combat the perceived lack of corporate ethics. The...

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Collenette gets Liberals’ nod

Posted in Newsroom by  •  April 15, 2007

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Protecting those who speak out: Canada lags in protecting whistleblowers; the new government seems eager to act but we should learn from British and U.S. experiences. The new Conservative government pledged in yesterday’s throne speech to make federal accountability a priority, and whistleblower protection will be...

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Insider Moves Front and Centre

Posted in Newsroom by  •  November 4, 2006

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(As published in Rotman Magazine, Fall 2005) “After the ethical breakdown in both the private and public sectors, I believe Canadians are searching for a new moral compass, while recognizing the delicacy of such a journey. Regulatory agencies need teeth, but not so much that they will tear out the creative...

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Senior Liberal joins call for Senate reform: Unelected Senate is not good for governance, says Penny Collenette Prime Minister Jean Chretien’s former director of appointments believes the unelected, unaccountable Senate must be reformed to restore faith in Canada’s political institutions. “To me, if you...

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