Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Mounties expand probe into Pamela Wallin’s corporate work

The RCMP says Pamela Wallin committed fraud and breach of trust by billing the Senate for travel expenses related to her past work on corporate boards as well as for her role as chancellor at the University of Guelph, the Toronto Star reports. Newly released documents from the Ottawa courthouse show the RCMP is seeking records from BMO Nesbitt Burns, Inc., Bell Media Inc. and the University of Guelph related to any expenses they paid to Wallin, the newspaper says. Terrence O’Sullivan, the lawyer representing Wallin, could not immediately be reached for comment Tuesday, but has said in the past that any board-related work Wallin billed to the Senate was due to administrative error.

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