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MUHC faces legal battle over noise complaints at new hospital

Above watch: The McGill University Health Centre and SNC-Lavalin McGill are being sued by a group of Montreal and Westmount residents frustrated with noise coming from the MUHC superhospital. 383 more words

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SNC-Lavalin beats estimates on oil contracts, cost-cutting

by Frederic Tomesco

SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. reported first- quarter profit rose 10 percent, beating analysts’ estimates, boosted by the oil and gas unit and cost cuts. 130 more words

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Ottawa's promised changes to federal integrity rules gives SNC Lavalin a boost

Things are looking less sour for graft-tainted engineering giant SNC-Lavalin, which received a boost Monday when an analyst upgraded his rating and price estimate for the company’s stock following changes to the federal government’s procurement policy, announced in last week’s budget. 388 more words

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Canada is an officially multicultural society, but its official languages are English and French, with the exception of Quebec.

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Immigrants to Canada enter an officially bilingual country, by virtue of the… 1,367 more words

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Editorial: A new day dawns for the MUHC

This is a corrected version of the originally published editorial. Details of the correction are below.

On Sunday, convoys of ambulances will move up to 250 patients from the majestic though decrepit Royal Victoria Hospital to the sprawling, state-of-the-art new Glen campus of the McGill University Health Centre. 432 more words

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The Story So Far: Controversial SNC-Lavalin lands Champlain Bridge contract

Hello and welcome to The Story So Far for Thursday, April 16.

Click on the audio player below to hear the rundown on some of the stories we’re following for you today. 32 more words

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SNC-Lavalin case postponed until July

SNC-Lavalin has a little more time to prepare to face charges of corruption — or negotiate to keep the case out of court.

The case, which was to begin Tuesday at the Montreal courthouse, was postponed till July 3 by Judge Hélène Morin of the Quebec Court, at the request of SNC lawyer François Fontaine. 98 more words

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