St. Albert city councillor accused of fraud

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St. Albert, Alta. city councillor Cathy Heron is facing fraud accusations over expense claims after a presentation on Monday night.

During the meeting, a retired Revenue Canada auditor presented information regarding three different incidents that he believes adds up to over $3,000 worth of fraudulent expense claims from the councillor.

Heron defended herself and said the claims have no merit to them.

“These accusations are defamatory, false, baseless and slanderous,” said Heron. “I expect a public formal apology.”

Heron is one of three candidates running for mayor in the upcoming fall election.

Read more at St. Albert Gazette

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.