The inquiry into money laundering in B.C. will begin grilling politicians about dirty cash distorting the province’s economy this week.
The commission will be looking into former Liberal Premier Christy Clark, her controversial minister Rich Coleman, and crusading NDP Attorney-General David Eby.
Furthermore, the inquiry’s focus on the government’s response to the alleged money-laundering crisis began online yesterday with Sam MacLeod. He is the assistant deputy minister and general manager of the regulatory Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch.
However, the public will want to connect on Tuesday to hear from Clark. He served as premier from 2011 to 2017 when the flood of suspicious cash swamped B.C. casinos.