$25,000 sentence for fifth engineering executive to plead guilty in Gatineau bid-rigging case* Francois Paulhus, a former executive of engineering firm Genivar (now WSP Canada), has pleaded guilty in the Court of Quebec to conspiring to rig bids for City of Gatineau infrastructure contracts, and was sentenced to pay a $25,000 fine,
The Canadian Competition Authority secures a fifth guilty plea and $25,000 from an engineering executive implicated in the Gatineau bid rigging scandal (Francois Paulhus / Genivar)
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