A former construction magnate is denying that his friendships with union leaders allowed him to get special treatment, including better workers and equipment, during testimony at Quebec’s corruption inquiry.
A senior SNC-Lavalin engineer says he felt pressure from his superiors in 2009 to cheat and use a rival consortium's designs to alter his own company's plan for Montreal's $1.3-billion superhospital project.
Former Quebec deputy premier Nathalie Normandeau says she has been subpoenaed by the province's corruption inquiry. Jean Charest's former No. 2 said Thursday that she's been co-operating with the Charbonneau Commission's investigative unit.
The Charbonneau Commission took a closer look at Montreal's English-language superhospital on Tuesday and just how an alleged fraud of $22.5 million sprouted from one of Canada's most expensive public works projects.