Cinar co-founder Ronald Weinberg sentenced to 9 years in fraud case

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The co-founder of Cinar, Ronald Weinberg – one of three men found guilty in an elaborate $120-million fraud case – has been sentenced to nine years in prison. Weinberg, who founded the children’s animation company with his late wife, Micheline Charest, and his associates John Xanthoudakis and Lino Matteo, were found guilty earlier this month on most of the charges they faced. Xanthoudakis and Matteo were both sentenced to eight years.

Read the full article at CBC News.