Edmonton couple charged with $500,000 fraud

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An Edmonton couple has been charged with committing more than $500,000 in fraud.  The police economic crime section say the fraud happened between 2000 and 2006.  After a lengthy investigation, police say they believe a former employee of an Edmonton machinery company redirected advertising funds from the company to his personal accounts. The investigation was triggered by a complaint from the company. 

Read the full article at CBC News.