What the SNC board may have known about the firm's dealings in Libya — like the office safe with $10M cash

A CBC News investigation looks at why a group of top directors who left SNC-Lavalin years ago have plenty at stake if the bribery case against the engineering company goes to trial. What were the red flags they may have missed on their watch?

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