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News that's guaranteed to cheer the hearts of a small number of B.C. companies is word that they've been added to a list of pre-qualified suppliers to the B.C. government. The lists are intended to offer all the appearances of open and transparent procurement. They can be anything but.
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$118,000 in payments over seven years violated campaign rules.
The case before the Supreme Court hinged on whether the World Bank and its officials should need to cooperate in a case involving Canadians accused by World Bank whistleblowers of conspiring to corruptly win a World Bank contract for a Bangladesh bridge-construction project.
Royal Bank of Canada was there, too.
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Looking for $100 million in annual savings.
Just thumb through the party's 2009 donor list for a sense of how widespread the practice of awarding contracts to friends has become. Back then, someone must have woke up on New Year's Day with one hell of a hangover -- not from the night before -- but from the bank balance in the B.C. Liberal party's account.
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MONTREAL — SNC-Lavalin says it has signed a deal with Ottawa that will allow the engineering and construction company to continue bidding on federal contracts until criminal charges it faces are resol...
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While the federal government recently strengthened anti-bribery legislation, Ottawa has so far largely turned a blind eye to corporations paying off public officials abroad. Should bribery really be seen as "Canadian" as the RCMP's Musical Ride?
The regional development bank says the settlement resolves allegations, which SNC didn't contest, that former employees of SNC-Lavlain International Inc. ordered illicit payments to public officials to secure two contracts in two African countries.
Robert Card, the CEO of scandal-plagued SNC-Lavalin, is stepping down, the company announced Monday morning. Card had been on the job for three years and was brought in to turn around the company, whi...
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MONTREAL - Ottawa has softened its anti-corruption rules, reducing the penalties for companies that are seeking government work after being convicted of bribery, money laundering and other offences.Un...
MONTREAL - SNC-Lavalin says the federal government's softening of anti-corruption rules doesn't go far enough and raises new legal questions.The embattled engineering firm said Monday that Ottawa has...
MONTREAL - Embattled engineering and construction firm SNC-Lavalin got a boost Monday when an analyst upgraded his rating for the company after the federal government signalled a change in its procure...
MONTREAL - A consortium that includes SNC-Lavalin (TSX:SNC) has been selected by the Ontario government as the preferred bidder for Toronto's multibillion-dollar Eglinton light rail transit contract,...