Former University of Waterloo vice-president charged with fraud

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A former University of Waterloo vice-president has been charged with fraud in connection with allegations he took a number of personal trips under false pretences during his time at the school. Waterloo Regional police allege Kenneth McGillivray submitted expense claims to the university for reimbursements of more than $12,000 over a two-year period.

Fraud, forgery, uttering forged documents and criminal breach of trust

McGillivray, 63, has been charged with fraud over $5,000, forgery, uttering forged documents and criminal breach of trust. A University of Waterloo spokesperson said the school notified police as soon as it learned of the alleged fraudulent activity. McGillivray is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 22.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.