Canada Post was still paying builder of Winnipeg mail plant a year after RCMP discovered possible fraud

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Canada Post continued to pay builders of the Winnipeg mail-processing plant six years after the facility was complete, and more than a year after RCMP first learned of possible fraud in the construction project.

The details are found in a Feb. 2, 2017 sworn affidavit RCMP used to force TD Bank to provide records related to the joint venture between Caspian Projects Inc. and AECON, the two companies hired by Canada Post to build the Winnipeg mail-processing plant near Richardson International Airport in 2008.

RCMP said earlier this year they are investigating the construction of the mail-processing plant, which was built by the company responsible for the Winnipeg police headquarters project — which has been under investigation for two years.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.