Jason Kenney's Alberta election victory has sent ripples of enthusiasm and concern across Canada. Ontario Premier Doug Ford welcomed a rising Conservative wave, British Columbia grappled with the Kenny campaign promise of squeezing its oil supply and Quebec stood firm on its rejection of oil pipelines.
British Columbia needs more resources to fight money laundering after a report concluded no Mounties have been dedicated to working illicit cash investigations in the province, Attorney General David Eby said on Monday, April 8, 2019.
The British Columbia government introduced legislation on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, aimed at preventing tax evasion and money laundering by shining a spotlight on anonymous real estate owners hiding behind shell and numbered companies.
Women who work in British Columbia's legislature are now allowed to wear sleeveless dresses, shirts and blouses, after a preliminary review prompted alterations to the building's decades-old dress code.
A dress code protest at British Columbia's legislature that prompted some women to roll up their sleeves in solidarity on Thursday, March 28, 2019, has resulted in the Speaker's office ordering a review of modern dress expectations at the building.
The amount of money laundered annually by organized criminals in Canada is difficult to estimate, but heightened efforts are underway to halt the flow of dirty money, Organized Crime Reduction Minister Bill Blair said on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.