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November 19, 2009

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Analyses biased in favor of P3s

The Québec auditor general’s report that was released today strongly repudiates the entire process that led the Charest government to choose public private partnerships (P3s) to build Montreal’s two “super hospitals”, says the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE). “We’ve been speaking out against the P3 trap and its false economies for years,” states CUPE Quebec president Lucie Levasseur. “Today an independent report has confirmed that P3s were made to look better by doctoring the figures.”

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