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Gallery: Seven companies with public tender contracts to fill Montreal’s potholes

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La Compagnie Meloche Inc. is one of seven companies that won public tender contracts to fill Montreal’s potholes - and one of two not linked to the Charbonneau Commission.
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Routek Construction Inc. is one of seven companies that won public tender contracts to fill Montreal’s potholes - and one of two not linked to the Charbonneau Commission.
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Les Pavages Chenail Inc. is one of seven companies that won public tender contracts to fill Montreal’s potholes.
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BauVal CMM is one of seven companies that won public tender contracts to fill Montreal’s potholes.
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Construction DJL Inc. is one of seven companies that won public tender contracts to fill Montreal’s potholes.
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Usine Asphalte Montreal-Nord Inc. (a branch of Louisbourg SBC s.e.c.) is one of seven companies that won public tender contracts to fill Montreal’s potholes.

MONTREAL – Montreal’s mayor is facing a challenge: seven companies have been chosen to fill the city’s potholes – winning the contract by public tender. However, five of these companies have been linked (by name or by association) with the Charbonneau Commission – Quebec’s inquiry into corruption in the construction industry. Wondering which seven companies won the public tender contracts to fill Montreal’s potholes? Wonder no more.

SOUND OFF: What do you think? Should the city go ahead and hire these companies to fill the city’s potholes, even if it could be proven later that they were involved in corruption?

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