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Senate Government Bill
37th Parliament, 1st Session
January 29, 2001 - September 16, 2002
Text of the Bill
S-16
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An Act to amend the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) Act
Statute of Canada
2001, c. 12
Last Stage Completed
Royal Assent (2001-06-14)
Progress: Royal Assent
 
Further Reading
Reading List
  • Airing the dirty laundry : the downside of money-laundering laws. Cohen, Lynne. Canadian lawyer, 26:33-8, Feb. 2002
  • Argent liquide. McLaughlin, Paul. CA magazine, 134:20-4, oct. 2001
  • Bank secrecy and money laundering. Lawson., Heather D.. Banking & finance law review, 17:145-79, Mar. 2002
  • Everybody's business: it's time to come clean about money laundering - even if it means turning into snitches. Robin, Raizel. Canadian business, 75: 17, Apr. 1, 2002
  • Garder les mains propres. Lavoie, Éric. CA magazine, 134:33-6, oct. 2001
  • Keeping your hands clean. Lavoie, Éric. CA magazine, 134:35-8, Oct. 2001
  • Money laundering : a challenge for Canadian law enforcement. Pittman, Arthur. Criminal law quarterly, 41:238-60, Sept. 1998
  • Money laundering regulations in Canada. Abdalyan, Ani M.. Assurances, 64:395-421, Oct. 1996
  • Money trail: Ottawa's fight against laundering is going slowly. Geddes, John. Maclean's, 115: 44, May 13 2002
  • Not-so-easy money: Canada has long been a money laundering haven for criminals and possibly even terrorists. Finally, the government is cracking down. Robin, Raizel. Canadian business, 74:52-4, Oct. 29, 2001
  • The spin cycle. McLaughlin, Paul. CA magazine, 134:20-4, Oct. 2001
Party Press Releases
Related Links
  • FINTRAC: Connecting the Money to the Crime
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