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More problems plague MUHC as employees complain of bitter cold

MONTREAL – For several weeks now, Montrealers have bundled up to battle the January winter deep freeze outside, but inside the MUHC, some employees complain there isn’t much difference. 378 more words


EXCLUSIVE: Unhappy employees at new MUHC Glen site call it 'Glentanamo'

MONTREAL –  To the outsider, the superhospital at the Glen site is shiny, clean, and most importantly, new. But inside the modern building, the McGill University Health Centre… 776 more words


Deterrence lost in plea deals

Deferred prosecution agreements that let companies pay fines for wrongdoing could backfire by encouraging repeat criminality. Probe International’s Patricia Adams for the National Post. 1,128 more words

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No winners in corporate shakedown

DPAs were virtually unheard of in business settings prior to 2004, but their growing popularity in the U.S. is now being felt in Canada with SNC-Lavalin lobbying the Liberal government to have its fate determined by a DPA, rather than the criminal trial the Harper government pursued. 820 more words

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Montreal crane operators protest hiring practices in Champlain Bridge contract

MONTREAL – More than fifty crane operators from the Montreal area took to the streets Friday.

The group protested outside the SNC-Lavalin headquarters to denounce what they claim are unfair practices by the company when it comes to the work being done on the… 235 more words


SNC-Lavalin CEO wants Ottawa to adopt corporate corruption settlement deals

SNC-Lavalin’s CEO wants the new federal government to allow companies to settle corporate corruption cases — as what happens in the United States and United Kingdom — so that Canadian firms can remain globally competitive. 527 more words

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