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There appears to be some uncertainty on the real estate association's part about some of the regulations.
Canada's financial intelligence agency asked institutions to quickly report suspicious transactions in the wake of two deadly
The imminent arrival of compliance requirements to the virtual currency industry means that bitcoin businesses starting up in Canada should set up their business model and practices in ways that facilitate compliance with not only anti-money laundering laws, but privacy and consumer protection laws as well.
Today's "terrorists" are mostly Muslim extremists, capable of terrorizing whole populations -- something animal and/or environmental extremists can't do. By all means, prosecute law-breakers, but don't brand them "terrorists."