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Politics This Morning: Morneau, Carr to talk efforts to tackle money laundering

By Beatrice Paez       

Plus, Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Organized Crime Reduction Minister Bill Blair are huddling in B.C. with their provincial and territorial counterparts to discuss efforts to fight money laundering.

Finance Minister Bill Morneau, pictured, and Organized Crime Reduction Minister Bill Blair to discuss the government's plan to fight money laundering and terrorist financing. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade

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Beatrice Paez

Beatrice Paez is the digital editor at The Hill Times.
- bpaez@hilltimes.com


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