Casinos aren’t the worst at reporting shady funds: secret report

Canadian financial entities are supposed to file suspicious transaction report (STR) with the federal government’s Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre (FINTRAC) when a transaction is suspected of being linked to a money-laundering or terrorist activity financing offence. While the B.C. government is looking into money-laundering via casinos  a confidential report obtained by CBC News under the Access to Information Act discovered other industries with problems in providing FINTRAC with STRs.