SNC-Lavalin To Stand Trial, Further Discrediting Trudeau PMO Interference

Company faces decade-long ban from government contracts.

SNC-Lavalin will be forced to stand trial, following a ruling from a Quebec judge.

The judge ruled that government prosecutors possess enough evidence – the specifics of which cannot be reported due to a publication ban – to bring the company to trial.

The trial will revolve around accusations that the company committed fraud and bribed government officials in Libya.

If convicted, SNC-Lavalin could face a 10-year ban from bidding for government contracts.

This news further discredits the Trudeau PMO, who repeatedly interfered in an attempt to get SNC-Lavalin a ‘deferred prosecution agreement’ to avoid trial. Now that it’s clear there is enough evidence to bring SNC-Lavalin to trial, it looks even more like the Trudeau PMO was trying to bypass the justice system and give a sweetheart deal to a massive company to avoid accountability.

Notably, the Trudeau Liberals could still bypass the system and give SNC-Lavalin a deferred prosecution agreement. Of course, doing that at this point would be an absolute outrage, and would likely backfire massively.

Spencer Fernando

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Not my PM. Ever. “These allegations are false.” Haha

Thomas Tass

If the Liberal party dumps their dear leader they may still have party status after the election…..


Canada needs laws to prevent a Prime Minister like this (Justin Trudeau) to never be allowed to Govern for this long with this amount of Corruption!! Not only for Federal but Provincial as well.


Marian, You are correct! The Trudeau family, any of them, should NEVER be allowed to Govern in any Capacity ever again!