Saturday, October 29, 2011

Quebec is a land of traditions, like silencing those that expose corruption

Je me souviens

You do? You're fired.

The man some credit for forcing the hand of the Quebec government to call a corruption inquiry has been fired from the province's anti-collusion task force.

Jacques Duchesneau was reportedly notified Friday morning his contract with the province's anti-collusion squad had been terminated.

A spokesperson with the permanent anti-corruption unit (UPAC) confirmed early Friday afternoon Duchesneau would no longer be heading the squad.

Read more here.

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