Former Winnipeg CAO must pay $327K received as bribe to city as damages, judge rules


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A judge has decided how a former head of Winnipeg's public service must repay a $327,200 bribe.

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A judge has decided how a former head of Winnipeg’s public service must repay a $327,200 bribe.

In a decision published Wednesday, Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench Chief Justice Glenn Joyal ruled former Winnipeg chief administrative officer Phil Sheegl must pay the city $327,200 in damages.

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MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES In 2013, an internal city report concluded Phil Sheegl had exerted inappropriate influence over an $18-million land deal with Shindico, another company closely associated with the CAO and Katz.

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