Trudeau Under Fire Over Interference Allegations, Former Ontario AG Calls for Police Investigation, and  Virtual Data Room Launched for Hudson Tunnel Project

By Paul Emanuelli and Jenna Peacock

In this week’s news, Trudeau is under fire over allegations of political interference in the SNC-Lavalin fraud prosecution, the CITT dismisses a bid protest against an Atlantic warship tender, and the federal government accelerates its Vancouver shipyard program. In other news, Nova Scotia health officials and a New Jersey council are under scrutiny over personal expense scandals, while DC’s council splits on a sole-source award, and two retired admirals in Taiwan face impeachment over a tainted ship tender. Meanwhile, on the innovation front, the BC government deploys a new NRFP program and a virtual data room is launched in New Jersey to support the Hudson Tunnel Project.

Trudeau Under Fire Over Interference Allegations

Former Ontario AG Calls for Police Investigation

Maclean’s Backstory on SNC Scandal

Coyne Asks: Rule of Law or Rule of Influence?

Tribunal Rejects Complaint Over Atlantic Warship Tender

Feds Accelerate Vancouver Shipyard Program

Nova Scotia MLA’s Question Hospital Officials Over Expenses

New Jersey Official Uses P-Card for Personal Spending

DC Council Divided on Sole-Sourcing Gambling Platform

Retired Taiwanese Admirals Impeached in Ship Controversy

BC Deploys Procurement Concierge and NRFP Program

Virtual Data Room Launched for Hudson Tunnel Project

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