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Offline kimmy

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Re: Trudeau accused in SNC-Lavalin scandal
« Reply #1905 on: February 01, 2020, 01:33:04 pm »
do you feel mocked? Highlighting a significant facet of your employment history is simply a reference point to gauge the merit/basis of the strength naivete 

of your statements concerning job loss, impacts on livelihood, the practicalities of hundreds-to-thousand kilometer relocations, etc..

the waldo: "these are bigly bigly issues!  A former waitress is not not equipped to understand all this complexity!"

also the waldo: "why do conservatives mock his work history?  What's wrong with regular people?  a drama teacher and snowboard instructor is completely qualified to be Prime Minister!"

purrrfect... you being one of the St. Jody truthTellers who scoffed at the various possible future job loss numbers being speculated on... but you're somehow accepting to SNC's own actual past job loss numbers that reflect upon internal remediation and restructuring efforts and their related financial impacts, notwithstanding losses related to investor uncertainty and the shuttering of their principal construction division. I'd call this yet another member kimmy "own-goal"!

Nonsense.  You've just run out of ways to try and spin the loss of a few thousand jobs as an economic catastrophe, given that SNC had already phased out twice as many jobs over the previous few years without any noticeable effect on the economy.

who cares if you care? Again, your naivete... and callousness simply reflects on your limited corporate attached job history - squirrelOn, hey!

My own family went through this in 2001 when Nortel was collapsing. Dad was laid off. We had to move. It was stressful.  Thousands of other technology workers in Ottawa were losing their jobs too at that time.  We survived.  Stuff happens. The world goes on.

The highly skilled professionals at SNC are far better equipped to move on to new jobs, if need be, than the thousands and thousands of blue collar workers being displaced in oil and forestry at this very moment.

I think all of us understand that the real reason that SNC was an emergency is not the number of workers impacted, or the effect on the overall economy, or their emotional well-being as they searched for new jobs.  The real reason SNC was an emergency is because of their postal code. 

no - your absolute "disqualifies" is not accurate; rather its just another discretionary decision factor to weigh within the greater whole (of a dozen plus other factors to consider):
=> whether the organization  or any of its representatives  was convicted of an offence or sanctioned by a regulatory body, or whether it entered into a previous remediation agreement or other settlement, in Canada or elsewhere, for similar conduct;
=> whether the organization  or any of its representatives  is alleged to have committed any other offences;

None of the factors really point to SNC being a good candidate for a DPA.

never said it did! Point in fact, the plea-agreement is said to have realized LESS than what a offered/negotiated DPA was anticipated to realize.

Cite?

 -k
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