#Montreal, #SNCLavalinConstruction; #Libya; #MontrealCourtroom
Montreal, Dec 18 (Canadian-Media): A division of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. pleaded guilty on Wednesday of company's illegal activities in Libya 2001 and 2011 by paying tens of millions of dollars to two shell companies to reward Saadi Gadhafi, son of the late dictator Moammar Gadhafi, to secure lucrative construction projects, media reports said.
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A provincial court judge was recommended by the prosecution and defence that the company pay a $280-million fine over five years, and that SNC-Lavalin Construction be placed on probation for three years.
The Crown is also recommending to drop five other fraud and corruption charges filed against SNC-Lavalin, SNC-Lavalin Construction, and SNC-Lavalin International.
Earlier this morning, Toronto Stock Exchange Trading halted all SNC-Lavalin shares.
#Cyberattack; ##LifeLabsComputers; ONLifeLabs; #BCLifelabs; #Data; #DataBreach
Ottawa, Dec 17 (Canadian-Media): There had been breach of the private and personal information including names, addresses, email addresses, customer logins and passwords, health card numbers and lab tests of millions of medical patients of Ontario and B.C. due to a cyberattack on the computer systems of LifeLabs, media reports said.
The report of a potential cyberattack was filed on Nov 1 by Canadian laboratory testing company LifeLabs, Canada's largest provider of general diagnostic and specialty laboratory testing services, to the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario and the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia.