Toronto businessman faces new wage theft claims, still owes $290K in wages years after conviction

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A Toronto businessman continues to face new claims of wage theft and government orders to pay employees in the years since he and a few of his companies were charged for not complying with Ontario Ministry of Labour orders to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in wages in 2019.

Anchuan Jiang and one of his companies pled guilty to some of those charges under the Employment Standards Act (ESA) in 2021 and were fined a combined $100,000 in provincial court. 

Despite this conviction, a CBC Toronto investigation found Jiang still owes at least $290,000 in unpaid wages, has received 18 more orders

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