Canadian anti-corruption police in the province of Quebec on Thursday raided the Montreal and Quebec City offices of engineering firm BPR Inc., a subsidiary of California-based Tetra Tech Inc.
A spokeswoman for Quebec’s anti corruption force, which goes by the French acronym UPAC, said police were looking for evidence during an ongoing investigation. Anne-Frederick Laurence said about 60 police officers were participating in the raid, but declined to give further details about the investigation.
On its Canadian website, BPR confirmed the presence of UPAC officers and said it intended to help “advance the investigation.”
The original article can be found at ca.reuters.com