My bet is KPMG will not give a positive solvency report. This is because if BCE gets privatized and it goes into BK, there KPMG is going to be liable for the loss suffered by Teacher's and the Banks. In this credit environment, nobody in their right mind is going to GARANTEE solvency.
Sorry, but KPMG is one of the biggest accounting firms in the world. They are not going to risk their reputation to get the deal done even if there is a small risk of BK in the near future. As long as they can show that there is a chance of insolvency, they can't be sued by BCE. They have nothing to gain by giving a positive solvency report but everything to lose if they are wrong and BCE goes BK in the future.