Stephane Roy’s lawyers argued in Quebec court Wednesday that Crown prosecutors haven’t done enough to limit delays as the case approaches the 60-month mark.
Construction giant allegedly paid millions of dollars in bribes to get government business in Libya.
One is dialling back its expectations, the other growing by leaps and bounds.
The Kingdom wants to build new airports and sea ports, metro lines and railways.
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc said the federal government is focusing on areas where it can act quickly to remove regulatory hurdles.
Retail chain seeks to improve integration between its e-commerce business and physical locations.
About 75 seismic sensors will measure forces imparted on the span.
Contractors association says rules not fair to non-unionized workers.
Land development arm to seek $250 million in tax incentives to help offset the cost.
Follows federal review of a now blocked takeover by a Chinese state-owned company.
Involves a deal with Emcon Services to plow snow from and maintain 43% of Alberta’s highways.
Association says such a contract would violate interprovincial free trade rules and lead to court action.
Includes 92.2 km of pipeline in Brandon area and 96.5 km near Morden, Man.
Work will include development of the Westridge Marine Terminal tunnel portal at Burnaby Mountain.
Plant is expected to produce polyvinyl chloride, used to make rigid plastic pipes.