François Thériault pleads guilty to perjury, fraud, breach of trust
Ex-City construction worker admits to lying during Charbonneau Commission
François Thériault, a site supervisor who worked for the City of Montreal, has pleaded guilty to charges of fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud and breach of trust.
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He also pleaded guilty to perjury, admitting to lying under oath at the Charbonneau Commission in 2012.
Although he hasn’t been sentenced yet, he’s facing a 12 year jail term and must pay a fine of $30,000.