Ontario’s Sherrill Denny Convicted Of Operating Without Registration
Sherrill Denny pled guilty and was convicted of 2 counts of operating as a travel agent without registration, contrary to section 4(1)(a) of Ontario’s Travel Industry Act, 2002.
Denny, who operated in Stratford and elsewhere in Ontario, was sentenced to a fine of $10,000 per count, plus Victim Surcharge Fees, for a total of $25,000, on both counts combined.
“Denny was employed as a branch manager of a TICO registered travel agency,” says a TICO statement. “Her actions resulted in substantial financial losses to the consumers. Her employer assumed liability and reimbursed the consumers. After the charges were laid, Denny reimbursed her employer in full.”