Transparency International’s Vision is a world in which government, politics, business, civil society and the daily lives of people are free from corruption. The Mission of Transparency International Canada (TI-Canada) is to be an informed voice that promotes anti-corruption practices and transparency in Canada’s governments, businesses and society at large. The long-term goals of TI-Canada are:
- To encourage compliance with Canadian laws and international conventions to which Canada is a signatory, against bribery and corruption (“Canadian Anti-Corruption Laws”) by educating businesses, professional organizations, governments and the public at large about Canadian Anti-Corruption Laws and the adverse impact of non-compliance therewith;
- To develop and promote ethical standards of conduct for businesses, professional organizations, governments and the public at large to assist them in complying with Canadian Anti-Corruption Laws;
- To conduct or commission research on issues concerning the prevention and elimination of bribery and corruption and to communicate the results therefrom to businesses, professional organizations, governments and the public at large; and
- To assist the Canadian Government in fulfilling its obligations under international conventions to which Canada is a signatory in the prevention of and the fight against bribery and corruption.
Launched in November 1996, TI-Canada is affiliated with more than 90 other National Chapters, formed and forming, around the world.
Transparency International Canada Inc
is a Canadian Registered Charity
(BN 89260 4281 RR0001)