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snc-lavalin corruption

Royal Bank of Canada was there, too.
Robert Card, the CEO of scandal-plagued SNC-Lavalin, is stepping down, the company announced Monday morning. Card had been
Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin is in a fight for its very survival over foreign bribery and fraud charges levelled
The Mounties have laid corruption and fraud charges against SNC Lavalin, the Montreal-based construction company embroiled
According to Michael Hershman, an international expert on transparency and accountability, corruption is more severe in Quebec than anywhere else in Canada and a "culture of corruption" has invaded the province's business elite.
Canada won a distinction last month that most of us would rather we had lost: We had the most companies on a list of firms banned from doing business with the World Bank over corruption. All but a few of the Canadian companies banned from doing World Bank business were actually subsidiaries of one company: SNC-Lavalin. You would think a company that has brought so much bad publicity to Canada's name around the world, whose alleged corruption comes within a whisker of touching Canadian politicians, would be a toxic hot potato no government in Canada would want to touch. Well, you'd be wrong.
Canada has the dubious honour of being home to the largest number of firms on a World Bank blacklist of corrupt companies
The former CEO of Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin is facing his second arrest in fewer than four months, after Quebec’s
The former head of SNC-Lavalin says that during his 13-year leadership, he had checks and balances in place to prevent what
Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin paid $160 million in bribes to the son of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi in order