Fraud and Irregularity

We do not engage in fraudulent activity, deliberately or unlawfully deceiving, misrepresenting or concealing facts in order to secure advantage, benefit or gain and/or cause loss to another.

We understand that fraud encompasses a range of actions, including misrepresentation of material facts, concealment of material facts, bribery, undeclared conflict of interest, theft of money or property, theft of intellectual property, theft of identity, breach of fiduciary duty, and statutory offences.

We understand that the University does not tolerate financial or procedural irregularity, including questionable accounting or auditing matters, or any activity that deliberately disregards University regulations or procedures.

This section is limited to activities related to, or funds or property owned by, or in the care of, the University of Alberta.