Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Former Labour Activist, Adviser to Manitoba Premier, Charged, Union Says

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Former Labour Activist, Adviser to Manitoba Premier, Charged, Union Says

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Union says charge laid against former director

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WINNIPEG - A union says one of its former directors who served briefly as a top adviser to a Manitoba premier has been charged with fraud.

The United Food and Commercial Workers union says Heather Grant-Jury has been charged with fraud over $5,000 in relation to expense claims.

Grant-Jury directed a training centre run by the union, but left the job in late 2014 for about five months to serve as principal secretary to former premier Greg Selinger.

She also served on the board of the Crown-owned Manitoba Public Insurance and as a member of the provincial NDP election committee until the end of last year.

Selinger's press secretary said in February the investigation was not related to Grant-Jury's activities in government. …

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