Guy Lafleur, centre, leaves court with his son Martin, right, and an unidentified friend, after the elder Lafleur's conviction on a charge of giving contradictory evidence at his other son Mark's bail hearing in Montreal Friday, May 1, 2009. (Ryan Remiorz / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
From CTV News:
Premier Jean Charest has no intention of removing legendary hockey player Guy Lafleur from the Order of Québec.
Lafleur was convicted last Friday of giving contradictory testimony in court.
In a report published Saturday in La Presse, the director general of the Order of Québec said a committee is studying Lafleur's file, with the intention of making a recommendation to Charest.
Suzanne Moffat said it is rare that a person is expelled from the order, but if a member is convicted of a crime, there are guidelines in place that allow for dismissal.
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