Gary Dimmock – September 18, 2013
Mayor Marcel Guibord pulled into the Ontario Provincial Police station at 9:28 a.m. Wednesday, got out of his blue Lexus sedan and started taking pictures of the news photographers assigned to cover his official booking on a breach-of-trust charge following a two-year political corruption probe.
After he posed for a mugshot and was fingerprinted, the 66-year-old Guibord, mayor of Clarence-Rockland since 2010, exited the OPP’s Kanata detachment and told the photographers to have a good day. Guibord, Coun. Guy Félio, 55, Coun. Diane Choinière, 54, and lawyer Stephane Lalonde, 47, have each been charged with breach of trust by a public officer, an offence that carries a maximum penalty of up to five years in prison if convicted.