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EXCLUSIVE: Canadian pipeline regulator deleted message about security threat at Calgary office

Instead of disappearing, the missing message that senior officials tried to delete mushroomed into a series of controversial stories about the regulator, along with an investigation led by the Office of the Information Commissioner, about whether the National Energy Board broke the law in an effort to hide embarrassing secrets.

SNC-Lavalin warned of U.S. move, slashing workforce if no plea deal, documents show

The documents, part of a PowerPoint presentation obtained by The Canadian Press, describe something called "Plan B" — what Montreal-based SNC might have to do if it can't convince the government to grant a so-called remediation agreement to avoid criminal proceedings in a fraud and corruption case related to projects in Libya.

SNC-Lavalin announced confidential deal with feds, four days after Trudeau's first throne speech in 2015

Four days after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals opened their first session of Parliament with a throne speech in 2015, the federal government entered into a new confidential deal with SNC-Lavalin. To this day, the contents of that deal remain a secret, but what's clear is that it allows the Quebec construction and engineering giant to continue scoring lucrative federal contracts.