Lino Zambito believes the problem is prevalent throughout Canada, and says other local governments should probe the construction companies in their areas.
For the past few weeks, New Yorkers have had a rare privilege: They've been able to watch not one, but two legislative leaders fight federal charges in court.
A report says some snow professionals were told they'd have their legs broken if they bid on a certain contract.
In an extract from his new book, author JJ Robinson paints a picture of the Maldives far different from the one we see in the Instagram snaps of the rich and famous.
A new investigation from the Center for Public Integrity found that most state governments are opaque cesspools of influence peddling, loopholes, and secrecy.
Fires have now been burning across several islands since September, producing more greenhouse gases than the daily output of the United States.
"I want down low," the judge allegedly said. "See what you can do without drawing attention."
From Wall Street corruption to why the elites in corporate media have eviscerated traditional investigative journalism, the bestselling author tries to make sense of the world we live in.
Eduardo Salcedo-Albarán has helped to uncover links between government officials and narco-paramilitary commanders.
In the city of Makassar students are now required to wear ant-drug and anti-corruption patches as a statement against what are seen as the country's two biggest scourges.
The country's last president is in jail, a crowded election is headed for a runoff, and despite massive protests observers aren't sure whether lasting reforms will be put in place.
The Westport Independent makes you a newspaper editor trying to do journalism in the face of a corrupt government.
Raymond Mott was fired after a photo of him at a Klan rally surfaced, but he claims he actually worked to bring the KKK down and was passing information to the FBI.
Organised labour, the Government, and corporations all stand to lose or gain, and all are asking heavy, insinuating questions. Let's go through them one at a time.
The guy who threatened to break a reporter in half "like a boy" at the US Capitol is on his way to prison.
The death of Eric Harris has revealed a lot of shenanigans surrounding the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office.
The ERT went back on the after two years after it was shut down by the government for budget reasons.
"The police, they don't care as long as it's mushrooms. Anything else and you are in big trouble, son."
The Outpost was founded in the wake of the Arab Spring, and today it's still trying to keep that movement's ideals alive.
A cautionary tale of bribery, stupidity, and an obese, parrot-loving snitch.
The Australian Government has approved a new uranium mine on Indigenous land, despite ongoing investigations of corruption. While millions are being made in mining profits, some Indigenous landowners still live in poverty.
The longest-lived political dynasty in Canadian history has been swept away after 44 years as Albertans voted en masse for the New Democratic Party.
His new book looks at how the American government, banks, and intelligence agencies enforce a very covert and modern type of imperialism.
A weak government and a lack of public oversight have hampered efforts to help the Wayuu people in La Guajira deal with an ongoing water shortage that has turned into a full-on crisis