No Favouritism, Court Told

The judge in a federal $3.5 million bid rigging trial questioned the point of prosecutor’s questioning of casual 2009 meetings between contractors and Library & Archives Canada managers. Prosecutors allege three archives employees gave inside tips to a favoured consultant in breach of federal law: “Why do you say that?”

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