Can an employee be paid for misrepresenting his qualifications to gain employment?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Mady Development Corp. v. Rossetto, 2012 ONCA 31 (CanLII):

Clark v. Coopers, relied upon by Mady and distinguished by the arbitrator, stands for the narrow proposition that an employee who is dismissed for fraudulently misrepresenting his qualifications to gain employment, is not entitled to remuneration because the employment contract is void ab initio. This is not a case of fraudulent misrepresentation of an employee’s credentials.

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