You tell me.The federal agency that levied a $1.1-million fine against a Canadian bank for failing to report a suspicious transaction had intended the hefty penalty to send a stern message to the financial sector. Instead, it has fuelled an outcry over… . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: What Are They Hiding?
A Wall Street Journal story, repeated by The Australian and Financial News, other Rupert Murdoch News Corp properties, is apparently not worthy of coverage by Canadian media. I found no reference to this matter in any Canadian pro-media reporting.
By RITA TRICHUR and ALISTAIR MACDONALDAug. 6, 2015 7:40 p.m. ET
Canada’s top banking regulator has . . . → Read More: In-Sights: News not fit to print
Canada’s Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart accuses FINTRAC of collecting the personal banking information of thousands of innocent Canadians.
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