Transparency International's 2011 Progress Report on Enforcement of the OECD Convention has recommended that Canada "show a more visible public commitment to enforcement". As things stand, Canada is the only G7 country in the "little or no enforcement" category, where it has languished since TI's first progress report in 2005. Andrew MacDougall, a spokesman in the Prime Minister's Office, has been quoted as saying that the government has "strong measures in place to combat corruption, and will continue to take appropriate action, as necessary".

http://www.transparency.org/publications/publications/conventions/oecd_report_2011