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VIDEO: Former Montreal engineer testifies at Charbonneau commission

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October 25, 2012 by On-Site staff

A recent CBC News report covering the Charbonneau commission states that Gilles Surprenant, a former City of Montreal engineer that admittedly accepted $600,000 in bribes over a 20-year period, testified that reporting corruption to the police wasn’t his job and explained his role in the fixing of city contracts.

To watch the CBC News video on Surprenant and read the article, click here.

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