This section looks at practices Canadian companies have implemented to ensure their operations remain ethically sound and in accordance with accepted principles of good conduct, transparency, and honesty. Below are CSR practices that Canadian companies have implemented in their policies or activities to help counter corruption and bribery, and encourage transparency:
Responses by Company
Cartier Resources Inc.
The company addresses anti-corruption and bribery using internal accounting practices, and call for tenders and review process.
Muskrat Minerals Inc.
Our current Code of Business Conduct and Ethics specifically prohibits bribes, kickbacks, etc. We also have a whistleblower policy to facilitate any complaints to be made against a breach of our Code of Business Conduct and Ethics.
It is our goal to implement a specific Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy in the near future.
Mustang Minerals Corp.
The company addresses anti-corruption and bribery policies through the audit process.
Softrock Minerals Ltd.
Corruption and bribery are addressed at each Board of Directors meeting. There are no policies in writing, but directors are aware of bribery and steer clear of any possibility.
Tashota Resources Inc.
The company addresses anti-corruption and bribery policies through internal book keeping and financial statements.
Zenyatta Ventures Ltd.
The company addresses anti-corruption and bribery by encouraging transparency and implementing rules.
In addition, the following companies indicated that they have a program or plan to prevent corruption and bribery, but declined to include any further details:
- Great Lakes Graphite Inc.
- Skyharbour Resources Ltd.