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SNC-Lavalin settles corruption case brought by African development bank

MONTREAL – SNC-Lavalin is turning another page on its sullied past with a deal to settle corruption allegations in two African countries in a move it hopes could provide a formula to resolve problems in Canada. 500 more words


Tunnel boring resumes for SkyTrain Evergreen Line

The Evergreen Line’s tunnel boring machine ‘Alice’ has resumed boring work following a lengthy six-month-long hibernation, a spokesperson with the provincial government has confirmed.

Last week, crews with Italy’s SELI turned on the machine, which has been boring at a much slower rate than anticipated due to the two-kilometre tunnel’s path through loose glacial till. 328 more words


SNC-Lavalin CEO to hand over job to No. 2 executive in October

MONTREAL – SNC-Lavalin announced chief executive Robert Card, who was brought in to turn around the scandal-plagued engineering company, is stepping down after three years on the job. 245 more words


Sewage problems persist at Montreal Children's Hospital

WATCH ABOVE: Global’s Kelly Greig reports on the sewage backup at the MUHC.

MONTREAL – Just months after opening, the Montreal Children’s Hospital is facing some major plumbing problems. 270 more words


Raw sewage backups at MUHC superhospital test relations with SNC-Lavalin

Black sewer water that “smells worse than rotten fish” is backing up drains and pooling in patient bathrooms at the new Montreal Children’s Hospital, angering staff who say the problem is widespread and keeps popping up despite the fact that plumbers are called in regularly to snake the drains. 1,068 more words

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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday July 9, 2015

It’s time to get out on the streets and celebrate another news-filled week all distilled into one fine hour of community radio on Open Sources Guelph… 477 more words

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Fraud case against SNC-Lavalin put off until October

MONTREAL – The criminal fraud case against engineering giant SNC-Lavalin has been put off until October after the disclosure of additional evidence to the defence. 103 more words