Author Topic: Trudeau accused in SNC-Lavalin scandal  (Read 33007 times)

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Offline waldo

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Re: Trudeau accused in SNC-Lavalin scandal
« Reply #1905 on: January 07, 2020, 01:01:26 am »
SNC being banned from bidding on government contracts would have just meant that other firms win the bids instead.  The talented professionals of SNC would have found work at other firms. People change jobs all the time. Companies fold or relocate all the time. The impact of SNC moving its headquarters from Montreal was never a significant issue for the national economy. The impact of SNC moving its headquarters on Montreal-area Liberal MPs was the real threat they were trying to stave off.  Can't give the BQ more ammo!

yes, you are naive... and it reflects upon your junior/neophyte real-world job experience. Expertise with Squirrel POS software only goes so far, hey!  ;D Point in fact: it was the Canadian Press that released an internal SNC-L document that SNC-L presented to PPSC in the fall of 2018 in which, absent a remediation agreement, it would split the company in two, move its offices south of the border and chop its Canadian workforce to 3,500 from 8,700 before eventually shuttering its domestic operations. Whether you personally choose to believe the intent within that document or not is moot... it's the type of information a government has to consider as a "possible outcome".

and how cavalier you are with the employment... the lives... of people who might lose their jobs/livelihood. As I said, your naivete shines through! 

Not only was undue pressure on JWR not warranted, it was also unethical, and as this result proves: completely unnecessary!   A fair agreement was reached that punishes SNC Lavalin while allowing them to continue as a viable enterprise, all without direction from AG Lametti.    All the PMO got from meddling in the prosecution of this affair was egg on its face.

you're quite the pro in repeatedly, post after post, presuming upon an outcome few, if any, thought was coming. I mean, c'mon; again... no DPA was offered given the, “nature and gravity” of SNC-Lavalin‘s alleged corruption in Libya!  ;D

surprised you're still on St. Jody's truthSquad!