Gov’t Bid-Rig Case Collapses

Allegations of bid-rigging at Library & Archives Canada yesterday collapsed with the acquittal of one former manager, and a stay of charges against another. Prosecutors claimed employees conspired in a $3.5 million scheme on consulting contracts. The most senior manager charged in the case was found not guilty on all counts: “There is no evidence the government actually suffered any deprivation.”

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