Fed To Expand Cash Monitor

The Department of Finance in a secret Access To Information memo proposes to widen its surveillance of cash transactions in Canada. Staff complained of gaps in reporting by auto dealers, auctioneers and others, and again suggested lawyers report cash dealings despite a 2015 Supreme Court ruling that the practice is unconstitutional: ‘The department is working toward next steps in due course.’

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