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quebec corruption probe

Former Liberal ministers, high-ranking Montreal politicians and a former provincial party fundraiser were all named on guest
A former engineer for the city of Montreal wrapped up his testimony to Quebec's corruption inquiry with an apology, despite
Quebec's minister for democratic institutions says he'll be meeting soon with Montreal's mayor to discuss overhauling municipal
A few hours after Laval Mayor Gilles Vaillancourt held a news conference Friday to comment on a series of raids that targeted
Three City of Montreal employees have been suspended with pay following explosive testimony about municipal corruption at
The Charest government has made another about-face over the inquiry into allegations of corruption in the construction industry
Construction workers at sites across the province are expected back on the job Wednesday after two days of wildcat strikes
In the face of enormous public pressure, Jean Charest has finally called a commission of inquiry into Quebec’s construction