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Preliminary hearing to last 3 weeks in Montreal hospital fraud case

MONTREAL — A preliminary hearing is underway for several people accused in connection with an alleged bribery scandal related to a super hospital project in Montreal. 224 more words


SNC-Lavalin chairman Ian Bourne steps down, replaced by Lawrence Stevenson

MONTREAL — SNC-Lavalin said Ian Bourne, who has helped lead the company through a period of reform following a recent bribery scandal, has stepped down as chairman and a member of the board of directors. 110 more words


Canada may blacklist SNC Lavalin - The view from India

Media sources in India are following the Canadian government’s investigation of SNC-Lavalin with great interest.
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Canadian Police Charge SNC Lavalin with Corruption and Fraud

19th February 2015 – Canadian federal police charged Montreal-based engineering firm SNC-Lavalin and its subsidiaries with corruption for allegedly bribing officials in Libya during over a 10-year period which ended in September 2011. 84 more words


SNC-Lavalin board goes into full combat mode after RCMP lays bribery and fraud charges

After three years of diligently trying to avoid the inevitable, the embattled board of directors at SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. went into full combat mode Thursday when the RCMP charged the Montreal-based multinational in connection with a criminal investigation into its dealings in Libya. 817 more words

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RCMP charge SNC-Lavalin with corruption, fraud

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have laid charges against Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin for corruption and fraud in connection with an investigation into dealings with Libya.


RCMP lay fraud charges against SNC-Lavalin after Libya probe

MONTREAL – The RCMP has laid fraud and corruption charges against engineering company SNC-Lavalin and two of its subsidiaries over dealings in Libya.

Police allege that between 2001 and 2011 SNC-Lavalin paid nearly $47.7 million to public officials in Libya to influence government decisions. 559 more words