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Global Newsreel April 22, 2019

Former MP Denies Inside Advantage in Collingwood Inquiry, Greek Prosecutors Claim $35 Million EU Paid in Telcom Bribes, and City of Ottawa Under Scrutiny Over SNC-Lavalin LRT Evaluation This week’s newsreel features allegations of inside advantage at the Collingwood [...]

Global Newsreel April 15, 2019

Ford Announces $28.5 Billion Transit Plan, Report Refutes Number of DPAs Given to SNC-Lavalin Rivals, and Sri Lanka to Reform P3 Projects By Paul Emanuelli and Jenna Peacock This week’s newsreel features a major new transit announcement in Ontario, a report [...]

Global Newsreel March 18, 2019

OECD Reviews Canada in Wake of SNC-Lavalin Scandal, SNC-Lavalin Wins Major Deal with City of Ottawa, and Jamaica Revamps Procurement Regime By Paul Emanuelli and Jenna Peacock This week’s newsreel covers an OECD investigation into Canada’s federal interference scandal, Ottawa council’s [...]

Global Newsreel March 11, 2019

SNC-Lavalin Lobbied Feds to "Level Playing Field" With Deferred Prosecutions, Chinese Firm With Controversial Track Record Wins Major Deal, and Canada to Roll Out $80 Million Procurement System By Paul Emanuelli and Jenna Peacock This week’s newsreel includes more details on [...]

Global Newsreel January 14, 2019

Judge Rules For Brampton in $28.5 Million Lost Profit Lawsuit, New California Governor Calls for Faster Procurement, and Small Incumbent Cut Out of Large Retender By Paul Emanuelli and Jenna Peacock This week’s newsreel includes an Ontario court decision for Brampton [...]

Global Newsreel November 12, 2018

Canada Moves Ahead with Overbudget Ship and Arachnophobia Costs Thousands By Paul Emanuelli and Candace Hurlock This week’s highlights focus Canada's go-ahead on an overbudget Canadian ship project, Florida pulling the plug on an overbudget ferry, Manitoba and Trinidad and property [...]

Global Newsreel November 5, 2018

Canada’s Supreme Court Rules Against Reopening 65-Year Old Contract and the Trans-Pacific Partnership is Ratified By Paul Emanuelli and Candace Hurlock This week our media monitoring team was tracking a Canadian court blocking the reopening of a 65-year old [...]

Ottawa Council’s Sole-Source Decision

By: Paul Emanuelli (This article was published by Daily Commercial News on January 28, 2014 and is an excerpt from Paul Emanuelli’s Government Procurement, 3rd edition textbook.) In its 2011 judgment in Friends of Lansdowne Inc. v. Ottawa (City), upheld [...]