B.C. grants Cullen Commission six more months to file money laundering report

B.C. grants Cullen Commission six more months to file money laundering report

B.C. grants Cullen Commission six more months to file money laundering report VANCOUVER — An inquiry commission has received a six-month extension to file its final report into money laundering in British Columbia. A statement from the Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in B.C. says the provincial government has approved a deadline extension to May 20 from Dec. 15. It says inquiry commissioner Austin Cullen asked for more time to complete his report, because hearings and submissions that were to be completed several months ago did not finish until October. The statement says the commission held 138 hearing days, heard from 198 witnesses and received 1,063 exhibits comprising more than 70,000 pages.
More on: nanaimonewsnow.com