John Gomery to speak about a commission into corruption in Quebec

MONTREAL, Nov. 30 /CNW Telbec/ - Why has Premier Jean Charest rejected striking a commission into corruption in Quebec's construction industry? The Honourable John H Gomery will respond to this question and many more at a discussion hosted by Porte Parole, Montreal's only documentary theatre company, on Monday, November 30 at the Segal Centre for the Performing Arts.

John H Gomery is the guest of honour for a special presentation of Sexy béton II: Justice, a documentary play that tackles issues that have dominated the newspapers over the past couple of months. Sexy béton II is the second part of a trilogy that investigates who was responsible for the collapse of the de la Concorde overpass in Laval in 2006.

John H Gomery is a retired judge who was appointed as commissioner to lead the inquiry into the Sponsorship Scandal in 2004. He will be available to talk to the media immediately after the play, which lasts approximately one hour and fifteen minutes.

    
    When:  7:30pm, Monday, November 30 (show starts)

    Where: Segal Centre for the Performing Arts (5170 chemin de la
           Côte-Sainte-Catherine)
    

SOURCE PORTE PAROLE

For further information: For further information: Daniel Meyer, Media Relations, (514) 233-3056, daniel.meyer@sympatico.ca

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