Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Canada makes The Economist again

Not really in a good way though. Fair comment, or unfair generalizations drawn from cherry-picked examples? I'm leaning toward the latter...

Outsiders tend to think of Canada as a wholesome, boy-scoutish kind of place. Many Canadians have the same view. Yet their country is as shockingly slow as many in Latin America when it comes to dealing with allegations of corruption and white-collar crime, as a rash of recent cases demonstrates.

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