RCMP investigate construction of Canada Post plant

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RCMP are investigating the construction of the Canada Post mail processing plant, which was built by the company responsible for the Winnipeg police headquarters project that’s been under investigation for two years.

Fraudulent billing by Caspian Construction

Both the airport postal facility and the downtown police HQ were built by Caspian Construction. In 2014, RCMP raided Caspian’s offices as part of their investigation into the police HQ and uncovered documents related to the postal plant, according to the report to a justice submitted by investigators after the search. Handwritten notes evidencing fraudulent billing and the payment of a secret commission were allegedly found, along with what police describe as “original and altered subtrades invoices with handwritten notes identifying them as being either ‘true’ or ‘inflated.'”

Read more at CBC News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.