Ex-SNC Exec Gets 3.5 Years In Bribery Scam

SNC-Lavalin is a partner in the Confederation Line and its subsidiary is building the Trillium Line:

SNC had a spot of bother in Montreal:

A former SNC-Lavalin executive has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison in connection with a bribery scheme for a bridge repair contract in Montreal, the RCMP said.

Normand Morin, once a high-ranking vice-president at the engineering firm, received the sentence Tuesday after his conviction for corruption and fraud last month.

A police investigation revealed that SNC-Lavalin executives paid bribes of roughly $2.3 million in order to secure a $128-million contract to repair the Jacques Cartier Bridge deck in the early 2000s.


The SNC subsidiary failed the technical bidding standards twice for the very late Ottawa Trillium Line and yet still got the Trillium Line contract.

The promised audit of the Trillium Line procurement by auditor general Nathalie Gourgeon is now 515 days, 12 hours, seven minutes and 2 seconds late … again give or take a second or two.

For more details on the shocking Ottawa non-audit, click here.

To read the entire story from above, click here.

The Gazette story could be behind a paywall unfortunately.

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