Mother of two sisters who claimed to be Inuit pleads guilty to fraud

 Amira and Nadya Gill received almost $200,000 in grant and scholarship monies intended for Indigenous students. (Supplied photo) NUNAVUT-A Toronto mother involved in a case of Inuit identity fraud  has pleaded guilty to one count of fraud after court was told  two Inuit associations were defrauded of over $158,000 in education grants and scholarship dollars given to her twin daughters that were intended for Inuit students. John Scott Cowan said Karima Manji, the mother of Amira and Nadya Gill, entered the plea Friday morning and took “full responsibility for the matters at hand.” “This morning Karima Manji pleaded guilty before Justice Mia Manocchio in the Nunavut Court of Justice.    In doing so, she took full responsibility for the matters at hand.     We will make further submissions on…

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