B.C.'s attorney general has ordered an independent review of money-laundering controls in B.C. casinos after Chinese high-roller VIPs used gambling chips bought with massive wads of cash that could be “proceeds of crime,” Postmedia has learned.
A former manager at an Edmonton convenience store is facing fraud charges after allegedly paying himself more than a half million dollars in lottery prizes for tickets that did not exist.
VANCOUVER - A driver in Vancouver needed just eight minutes to rack up more than $700 in fines and eight demerit points, all because of a reluctance to put down the phone.
Canada's main stock index was flat on Friday but up 1.9 per cent on the week as the heavyweight financials group gained ground, offsetting losses for telecom shares.
LONDON - Uber will lose its license to operate in London because it may be endangering public safety and security, the local regulator said Friday, in a severe blow to a company already facing big questions over its corporate culture.