Antonino Catania pleads guilty to bribing former City of Montreal site supervisor

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Four years after he was arrested, Antonino Catania has pleaded guilty to charges connected to bribing a former construction site supervisor for the City of Montreal.

Catania, who ran the construction company Catcan Entreprises with his son Paolo, pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of fraud amounting to more than $5,000, fraud upon the government and breach of trust. Paolo Catania has also pleaded guilty to fraud charges on behalf of the company.

The charges are related to crimes committed between 2006 and 2008 in Laval.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.