Global News, Richard Zussman. August 10th. As quoted: “Attorney General David Eby is asking for Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson’s help to obtain agreement of the previous government to waive cabinet privilege on documents related to money laundering. In a letter …
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From the Kits Farmers’ Market to West Point Grey’s Jericho Beach Park and over to the UBC peninsula – I am proud to be the MLA for our vibrant communities in Vancouver-Point Grey. On this website you’ll be able to learn about issues we’ve been working on, find links to community services, and check out our calendar of upcoming events.Learn More
Hundreds attend Metchosin councillor’s celebration of life Posted By: Luisa Alvarezon: August 05, 2018In: CHEK, News, Top Stories WATCH: Hundreds gathered in Metchosin Sunday to celebrate the life of councilor Moralea Milne. The 68-year-old was killed in a car crash in Surrey last month. Those …
Following the bombshell report detailing how Vancouver-area casinos became hubs for international money laundering, the second phase of B.C.‘s battle against dirty money is expected to target real estate.
While the real estate sector largely drives B.C.‘s economy, many members of the industry appear to have significant work to do on this front. According to data obtained by Postmedia News, Canada‘s financial intelligence watchdog found “significant” and “very significant” deficiencies in the anti-money laundering controls at 88 per cent of real estate entities they examined in B.C. over the last two years.