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.

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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.

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

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?

Anonymous said...

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

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.

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?

Anonymous said...

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

Anonymous said...

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