Nigel Wright, former chief of staff to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, is poised to return to Onex Corp., Canada’s largest private equity firm.
Sino-Forest Corp. confirmed the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has begun a criminal investigation to determine whether the Chinese timber producer defrauded investors.
Canada’s aboriginal women are four times as likely to be murdered than their share of the population suggests, according to a Royal Canadian Mounted Police report released today.
Nigel Wright, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s former chief of staff, won’t face criminal charges after helping a senator repay about C$90,000 ($82,000) of improperly claimed expenses.
Sino-Forest Corp., the Chinese timber company whose shares slumped 74 percent since June, said an independent committee refuted the “substance” of fraud allegations by Carson Block’s research firm Muddy Waters LLC.
Canadian police arrested two foreign nationals in connection with a plan to derail a passenger train in the nation’s first suspected terror plot involving al-Qaeda.
Nigel Wright, Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s former chief of staff, broke the law by helping a senator repay about C$90,000 ($86,150) of improperly claimed expenses, Canada’s federal police allege.
Canadian police have arrested a man and charged him with trying to leak classified information related to the country’s national shipbuilding strategy to the Chinese government.