Sncl Agreement 2018

Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin is a global and fully integrated professional services and project management company and a major player in infrastructure ownership. From branches around the world, SNC-Lavalin employees are proud to build what matters. Our teams provide end-to-end global project solutions – including capital investments, consulting, design, engineering, construction, capital maintenance and operations and maintenance – to clients in the oil and gas, mining and metallurgy, infrastructure, clean energy, nuclear energy and EDPM (engineering design and project management). On July 3, 2017, SNC-Lavalin acquired Atkins, one of the world`s most prestigious design, engineering and project management firms, integrated into our industries. www.snclavalin.com On the recommendation of the Director of Prosecution (DPP), Kathleen Roussel, former Executive Vice-President of SNC-Lavalin, Normand Morin[11], was charged in May 2018 before the Court of Quebec with illegal donations to Canadian federal parties. The allegations, which had nothing to do with the federal charges against the company, claimed that from 2004 to 2011, Mr. Morin orchestrated and requested political donations of employees or their spouses from Canadian federal parties from 2004 to 2011, on behalf of SNC-Lavalin, to be reimbursed thereafter. The money paid included about $110,000 $US to the Liberal Party and $8,000 to the Conservatives. [12] [13] In November 2018, Morin pleaded guilty to two of the five counts and was fined $2,000. The remaining three charges were dropped by the prosecutor`s office. [14] At an emergency meeting on February 2, 2019, the Liberal-dominated House of Commons Justice Committee voted against offers from opposition parties to have the former attorney general and key members of the Prime Minister`s Office heard, saying the commission`s role “is not a body of inquiry.” Instead, it was suggested that some of the legal issues at the heart of the issue, such as the Shawcross doctrine and deferred prosecution agreements, should be examined. As a result, only the current Minister of Justice, David Lametti, Deputy Minister of Justice Nathalie Drouin and Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick were invited to testify. [56] This page contains a list of applications for approval or amendment of a company agreement currently being examined by the Fair Work Commission.

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