British Columbia will hold a public inquiry into money laundering, sparked by a set of explosive reports showing widescale laundering in the province's real estate, gambling and luxury car sectors. Calls for a public inquiry have grown after two reports released by the provincial government last week revealed more than $7 billion was laundered in B.C. Earlier this month, German released findings on money laundering in the luxury vehicle sector. Last year, he had released another report which detailed extensive links between money laundering and B.C. Liberals will be compelled to testify on political decisions made around money laundering, Horgan said it will be completely up to Cullen.
Source: CBC News May 15, 2019 16:35 UTC