Charbonneau commission resumes Monday
The Charbonneau commission resumes Monday after a three-month break.
It's expected former FBI agent Joe Pistone, who infiltrtaed the New York mafia in the 70's under the name Donnie Brasco, will testify at the hearings into reputed collusion and corruption in Quebec's construction industry.
The movie "Donnie Brasco", starring Al Pacino and Johnny Depp, is based on Pistone's story.
Commission head France Charbonneau will make opening remarks, including topics during the course of the hearings as well procedural guidelines.
Until now, the hearings, which will run from Monday thru Thursday, have heard from public sector workers as well as newly-elected CAQ MNA Jacques Duscheneau, who was recently the head of Quebec's anti-corruption probe.
The hearings will break for a week for every three weeks of work.
They'll stop December 20th and resume January 14th.
A final report is due in October 2013.
Picture courtesy: La Presse