Canadian Woman Issued Arrest Warrant for Defrauding Union

Where in the world is Margarita Faundez? A lot of people in Canada have been asking that question these past several months, especially in Ottawa. Back on March 26, Ottawa police announced they had issued a warrant for her arrest for defrauding an unnamed labor union of more than $19,000 during 2015-16, a period in which she ran the union. According to authorities, Ms. Faundez, now 58, a resident of Ottawa and a program officer with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, a national government agency, wrote herself about 50 union checks while serving as the union’s interim president and treasurer. The police probe follows an internal investigation by the union. Perhaps she can turn herself in already and explain a few things.