Category: Campaign Letters

May 2004 Campaign Letter

Last fall, I wrote to tell you and other supporters that our federal government was trying to protect Acres International, a Canadian multinational that had been convicted of bribery in the african country of Lesotho. Our government also didn’t want to have its own role in this corruption scandal under scrutiny – the person who arranged the African bribery payments was a Canadian official, appointed by the federal cabinet.

October 2003 Campaign letter

Our federal government – to protect a Canadian multinational – is trying to thwart World Bank rules that would punish a company for international corruption. We need your help to encourage the World Bank to live up to its rules and to let Canada`s new prime minister, Paul Martin, know that we will expect more from Canada under his leadership.

November 2003 Campaign Letter

Our federal government – to protect a Canadian multinational – is trying to thwart World Bank rules that would punish a company for international corruption. We need your help to encourage the World Bank to live up to its rules and to let Canada’s new prime minister, Paul Martin, know that we will expect more from Canada under his leadership.

October 2003 Campaign Letter

Our federal government – to protect a Canadian Multinational – is trying to thwart World Bank rules that would punish a company for international corruption. We need your help to encourage the World Bank to live up to its rules and to let Canada’s new prime minister, Paul Martin, know that we will expect more from Canada under his leadership.