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Ex-Unifor national president Jerry Dias was turned in for alleged corruption by his assistant

Toronto Sun: 'In a letter to union members, the national executive said MacDonald was being identified as the complainant “with his permission.”

'The union noted an independent external investigator determined MacDonald “to be a credible witness” and that “he did not engage in any breach of the Unifor constitution.”

'MacDonald filed the complaint after Dias on Jan. 20 gave him half of a $50,000 sum Dias said he had received from a COVID-19 rapid test supplier, the investigation found. The probe determined Dias had promoted the tests to “various Unifor employers, either directly or through Unifor staff under his direction” in December and January.'

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