Category: Secrecy

Export agency to open books

(May 15, 2001) In an effort to counter a damning report expected to be handed down today, the federal government’s export-development agency is planning to open its books to public scrutiny for the first time in its 32-year history.


Take my loan, please

(May 15, 2000) Canadian policy-makers have a curious tendency to think hybrid public-private organizations offer the best of all possible worlds: the efficiency of the private sector and the financial muscle of government working smoothly to further the public interest.