Former USherbrooke professor found guilty of fraud, forgery

Former Université de Sherbrooke professor Robert Day has been found guilty of fraud, forgery, and possession or trafficking of a forged document following an investigation by the Commissaire à la lutte contre la corruption (CLCC). A statement shared by the Government of Quebec indicates that Day used fake documents to fraudulently claim reimbursements from USherbrooke between 2012 and 2018. The university’s loss amounts to approximately $109K; the money was taken from research funds intended for studies on topics such as cancer.

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