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CULLEN COMMISSION LIVE: B.C.’s public inquiry into money laundering resumes

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Testimony continues at a B.C. public inquiry that’s been tasked with determining whether corruption allowed money laundering to take root in B.C. casinos.

The Cullen Commission was called by Premier John Horgan in 2019 after intense media pressure for accountability for the widespread money laundering in B.C.’s casinos, housing market and luxury car industry.

The hearings moved online when they resumed in June 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Commissioner Austin Cullen has been asked to report back by May 2021.

For Global News’ latest coverage, go to globalnews.ca/tag/Cullen-Commission.

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