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Quebec Corruption Inquiry
Internal audit report, Nov. 2006
Denis Savard's report on construction contracts, presented to the Charbonneau commission by investigator/analyst Guy Desrosiers
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Lino Zambito's bygone empire
Before his shocking testimony, Zambito ran Infrabec conglomerate
Montreal construction bosses caught on tape meeting Mob
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