RCMP search bank records in Canada Post plant fraud investigation

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The RCMP have received court permission to force TD Bank to turn over banking records that they say may produce evidence of fraud in the construction of Canada Post’s Winnipeg mail processing plant.

In an information to obtain a production order dated Feb. 2 of this year, the Mounties said there are reasonable grounds to believe evidence of fraud could be found through a search of bank records relating to a joint venture between AECON Buildings and Caspian Projects Inc. —  the two companies who together designed and built the multi-million dollar facility near Richardson International Airport.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.