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SNC-Lavalin illegally donated over $117K to federal parties: Elections Canada

Engineering giant SNC-Lavalin made nearly $118,000 in illegal political donations to federal political parties between 2004 and 2011, Elections Canada has revealed.

The Quebec-based firm has entered into a compliance agreement with the federal elections commissioner, admitting that the donations — mostly to the federal Liberal party — violated the Canada Elections Act. 423 more words


Breaking News! SNC-Lavalin awarded construction services contract for the Balama Graphite Project in Mozambique

SNC-Lavalin has been awarded a construction services contract for the Balama Graphite Project in Cabo Delgado, Northern Mozambique. The contract is valued at C$21.7 million and SNC-Lavalin’s Kentz Field Operations team will provide structural mechanical and piping construction services for the processing plant, including piping supply and platework. 281 more words

August 2016

Pot reproaches kettle for looking black, again

What follows is an item first published here five years ago. I find it somewhat amusing to compare Christy Clark’s words before she became Premier to actions taken by Liberals after she became putative boss. 721 more words

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Ontario Power Generation awards Darlington contract to SNC-Lavalin, Aecon Group

TORONTO – Ontario Power Generation has awarded two more contracts for refurbishment work at the Darlington nuclear power plant to a joint venture formed by SNC-Lavalin and the Aecon Group. 136 more words


Montreal Gazette portfolio blooms in May

The Montreal Gazette portfolio soared again last month, improving its 2016 return to an eye-catching 14.7 per cent.

The basket of 15 Quebec-based companies advanced 4 per cent in May while the Toronto Stock Exchange posted a return of 1 per cent. 381 more words


MUHC head Normand Rinfret to step down

MONTREAL – Normand Rinfret, head of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), will be stepping down at the end of his term in September. 106 more words


World Bank dupes our Supreme Court

A Supreme Court decision involving the World Bank and Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin could threaten fair trials for falsely accused Canadians in the future and help corrupt Canadians to escape punishment. 864 more words

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