Mining Watchdog Sought

Cabinet should create a new federal office to ensure Canadian multinationals conduct themselves ethically, say advocates. The United Steelworkers, Canadian Catholics and others pressed for appointment of a mining and energy ombudsman. The appeal came a month after MPs vetoed an anti-corruption bill affecting multinationals: “Corporations have a duty”.

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