Woman sentenced to…Saskatoon

I really got a chuckle out of this story and couldn’t resist sharing it.

It seems that a British Columbia woman has been sentenced to serve two years of probation in Saskatoon after she pleaded guilty to seven counts each of credit card fraud and possessing stolen credit card data, one count of theft under $5,000, two counts of breaching an undertaking and two counts of failing to appear.

A judge ordered her to “board a bus” and head for Saskatoon. Apparently, he wants her as far away as possible from her former boyfriend and he thought Saskatoon would be the perfect spot for her to begin addiction treatments and rehabilitate herself.

Saskatoon really is a great place to live. You can’t help but wonder what the rest of the world thinks when they start sentencing people to live here. 

Norm Fisher

Royal LePage Vidorra

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