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By Joanne Chianello, CBC News Ottawa, April 8, 2019
The City of Ottawa's auditor general will investigate the evaluation process that led to SNC-Lavalin winning the $1.6-billion contract to extend the Trillium Line, even though the company didn't meet the technical threshold for the light rail project.
Auditor Ken Hughes began his report to the city's audit committee on Monday morning by adding the LRT Stage 2 investigation to his 2019 work plan, and putting off a proposed compliance audit of travel and hospitality.