Police in Canada not ‘following the money’ of crime groups

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Police in Canada are not doing enough to investigate money laundering by more than 650 organized crime groups trying to hide their illicit cash, an international oversight agency says in a new report. The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a body that creates standards to tackle money laundering globally, said “Canada is exposed to a very high money laundering threat of both local and foreign origin.”

Read the full article at The Windsor Star.