Media

CTV's National Affairs show (March 26, 2012)
Television appearance
Democracy Watch Board member Duff Conacher on SNC-Lavalin scandal and changes needed to laws to increase corporate responsibility and accountability in Canada

CBC's Power and Politics (March 22, 2012)
Television appearance
Federal Ethics Commissioner’s ruling that Conservative Cabinet minister Christian Paradis broke federal ethics law is a step forward, but delayed ruling and failure of Prime Minister Harper to punish Paradis are among fatal flaws in system

APTN TV (March 14, 2012)
Television appearance
re: Federal Dept. of Aboriginal Affairs using PIN messages to avoid disclosure of records to the public — loophole in Access to Information Act must be closed

APTN (March 14, 2012)
Website article
Federal Dept. of Aboriginal Affairs using PIN messages to avoid disclosure of records to the public – loophole in Access to Information Act must be closed

Global TV (March 13, 2012)
Television appearance
As banking fees increase yet again, federal government action needed to ensure record big bank profits not based on gouging and ignoring job-creating businesses – Bill S-5 too weak — Comprehensive audits, and new Financial Consumer Organization needed for effective bank and financial services industry accountability, and for financial literacy

CBC's The National (March 7, 2012)
Television appearance
Elections Canada must disclose its rulings on 2,284 past complaints, and all it future rulings, to give Canadians assurance they are enforcing the law properly and effectively

CPAC (Prime Time show) (March 5, 2012)
Television appearance
re: Elections Canada has more than 2,280 other past investigations to answer questions about, not just current robocall investigation

CBC News Network (March 4, 2012)
Television appearance
re: Elections Canada has more than 2,280 other past investigations to answer questions about, not just current robocall investigation

Global News National (March 2, 2012)
Television appearance
Elections Canada must disclose details about its rulings on all past complaints, and current robocall complaints

CBC News Network (March 1, 2012)
Television appearance
Elections Canada must come clean on more than 2,280 past election complaints for which it has never issued public rulings