Mining Ombudsman OK’d

Cabinet will not revive a 2014 Liberal bill mandating multi-million dollar fines for Canadian companies engaging in corrupt practices abroad. The trade department yesterday proposed to appoint an ombudsman to field complaints against mining companies and others: “If you can’t compel them to do anything then it isn’t going to mean too much.”

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