Two Toronto city councillors were charged Friday, Nov. 16, 2018 by the Ontario Provincial Police’s anti-rackets unit – Nov. 16, 2018 CBC article
A Nov. 16, 2018 CBC article is entitled: “OPP charges 2 Toronto city councillors for alleged Municipal Elections Act violations: Etobicoke councillors accused of violating Municipal elections act during 2014 election.”
The opening paragraphs read:
Two Toronto city councillors were charged Friday by the Ontario Provincial Police’s anti-rackets unit.
The OPP said Coun. Mark Grimes, 57, and Coun. Justin Di Ciano, 40, who both represent Etobicoke wards, have been charged with filing “incorrect” documents that do not comply with the Municipal Elections Act following the 2014 election.
Toronto’s integrity commissioner launched the investigation, which was then referred to Toronto police before being handed over to the OPP.
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A Nov. 16, 2018 article addressing the charges is entitled: “Toronto city Councillors Grimes and Di Ciano charged with Elections Act offences over 2014 campaign expenses.”
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