||Louis Clément Sénat
||On September 21, 2020, two charges under the Canada Elections Act were filed in the Court of Quebec, in Saint-Jérôme. The charges related to an investigation for events that took place between April 17 and August 9, 2018.
||Louis Clément Sénat was charged with:
- obstructing the work of the Commissioner of Canada Elections or persons acting under his direction by transmitting false or misleading statements to an investigator while presenting himself as another person in emails; and
- obstructing the Commissioner of Canada Elections or persons acting under his direction by knowingly producing documents, namely a bank account closing statement, bank statements and a note to an investigator, that contained false or misleading information.
||On May 20, 2021, the Public Prosecution Service of Canada withdrew the first charge and Louis Clément Sénat pleaded guilty to the second charge.
||Louis Clément Sénat received a $2000 fine for the second charge, without fees, payable within 6 months.