October 30, 2018
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CORRUPTION #3 – The Trouble With Paradise: How Canadians Built The Offshore World
The Panama Papers revealed to the world just how deeply enmeshed tax havens are in the global economy. And for 100 years, Canadian banks, businessmen and politicians have worked to build that offshore system, alongside crooks, fraudsters and corrupt officials.
Arshy Mann
Host & Producer, COMMONS
TK Matunda
Producer, COMMONS
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