Monday, December 10, 2012

Quebec Anti-Corruption Police Raided AECOM Offices on November 6th

Hey Yupette,

Check out this article from Canada's Financial Post national news blog ( published on November 6th.

"Anti Corruption police raid Genivar, other engineering firms in Quebec

MONTREAL - Police raided the Laval, Que. offices of U.S. Fortune 500 company Aecom and TSX-traded Genivar Inc. as allegations of kickbacks and corruption that have shaken the province seep into the capital markets.

The companies were among four targeted by investigators with Quebec's anti-corruption police squad Tuesday in Laval, a city bordering Montreal to the north. Local offices of privately held engineering firms Dessau and Cima+ were also searched."

The report was written by Financial Post reporter Nicholas Van Praet.

Ted 22204


At 10 December, 2012 , Anonymous Sheesh said...

So, a couple weeks after Zimmy concludes a consulting deal with AECOM Canada, the provincial anti-corruption police raid AECOM's offices? Sheesh.

At 10 December, 2012 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I forwarded everything that has been printed about this entire corrupt streetcar process to the U.S. Department of Transportation Inspector General.

E-mail address is

At 10 December, 2012 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Zimmy announces consulting deal with Quebec engineering firm. Two weeks later anti-corruption police raid Quebec engineering firms. Did Zimmy get lured into an anti-corruption sting operation targeting Quebec's engineering and construction firms?

At 10 December, 2012 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Serves Zimmy right for joining one of the pirate crews that run Canada's economy.

At 10 December, 2012 , Anonymous Older and Wiser said...

Just like the RCMP to suck Americans who are unfamilar with the Canadian old-boy old-girl financial system into an anti-corruption sting operation. Just like the Canadian old-boy old girl financial system sucks Americans into its financial schemes and scams.

At 10 December, 2012 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yupette, how about an investigative report about how the County Board uses the Sister Cities Program to facilitate its Personal Wealth Accumulation Program?

At 13 December, 2012 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I were Zimmy I would be worried about what the Quebec anti-corruption police found in AECOM's files.

At 13 December, 2012 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Time is long overdue for an independent Inspector General for Arlington County Government.


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