Will the real Gwyn Morgan please stand up?

One of the champions of Canada’s right-wing corporate elite is finally calling it quits.

Gwyn Morgan, 66, is stepping down in May as Board Chairman of SNC-Lavalin, the troubled, giant engineering and construction firm trying to survive a series of scandals, a lack of public confidence, and fluctuating share values.

Morgan, one of the country’s most prolific advocates of extreme neo-liberalsm, has been in the hot seat during the greatest series of scandals ever at a Canadian company.

 

SNC-Lavalin, a monster corporation with more than 30,000 employees in over 100 countries, is embroiled in bribery scandals stretching from Libya, to Algeria, to Bangladesh, to Quebec and Alberta, and who knows where else. 

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