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Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority's Submission in Response to Finance Canada's Enhancing Canada's Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Regime consultation:

September 30, 2005 

Ms. Diane Lafleur, Director
Financial Sector Division
Department of Finance Canada
Ottawa, ON  K1A 0G5

Dear Ms. Lafleur:

Saskatchewan Justice provided the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority with a copy of the June 2005 consultation paper, Enhancing Canada's Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Regina: A Consultation Paper, for review.

With respect to section 6, we would like to offer the comment that the efficacy of the proposals will depend on the existence of the clearly defined set of rules around what is considered as a large cash transaction and, therefore, needs to be reported. We realize that this is a level of detail that would not be included in a paper of this nature.

Sincerely,

 

Jim Engel, Executive Director
Policy and Planning Division
Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

c: Betty Ann Pottruff, Q.C., 
Executive Director, 
Saskatchewan Justice, 
Planning and Evaluation Branch