Lessons for BC from Quebec's Implementation of Rules to Minimize Corruption

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 09:30 to 11:00

Franklin Lew Forum, Room 101

Guest speaker Sonia Lebel, commision counsel for the Charbonneau Inquiry into corruption in infrastructure and construction in Quebec, will be presenting on lessons BC could learn from Quebec's experience in putting rules in place to minimize the risk of corruption. She will also be launching the first English translation of volume three of the Charbonneau report.

Point Grey MLA David Eby will be co-hosting this event with Nicole Barrett, Director, International Justice and Human Rights Clinicat the Allard School of Law.