Convicted contractor Adam Gardin has been paroled
He was convicted of taking over $1.2 million from customers and not doing the work
By Rob Blackstien
Last month, day parole was granted to former Toronto renovator Adam Gardin, a man convicted of bilking customers out of more than $1.2 million but not doing any work.
You may recall that this is a case we covered extensively over the years, but things have been quiet on this front for around nine months.
Gardin was ultimately sentenced to three and a half years in federal prison, but is now mostly free after serving a mere six months. He’ll be eligible for full parole on March 25.