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Thursday, December 08, 2016 @ 7:00 PM  

Appeal by the Crown from the stay of charges of fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud, falsifying books and documents and circulating a false prospectus against four accused. Hunt, Parsons, Hillyard and King were jointly charged with a total of 19 offences arising from the bankruptcy and insolvency of Hickman Equipment, where the four accused each had senior management positions. The Crown alleged that the accused intended by fraudulent means to conceal business losses. Specifically, they sold or transferred equipment that had been used to secure loans...