The thumb rule to staying in Canada without getting yourself banned from the country is to never lie. Always be truthful when you apply in an immigration program under the Express Entry. Misrepresentation is a type of fraud in Canada and is counted as a serious offense. If you lie to the Canadian officials of the immigration department on your application, it will be a serious case of Misrepresentation. Withholding information, lying on your application, possession of fraudulent information or documents are some serious instances of Misrepresentation. If you are charged with misrepresentation, your entry to the country through the Express Entry is terminated.
The law of misrepresentation in Canada
According to the Criminal Code of Canada you will be fined with money or given imprisonment if you are caught in fraud. Lying deliberately, providing wrong information in the Express Entry application form or interview process is considered fraud.