VICTORIA – British Columbias attorney general say

first_img VICTORIA – British Columbia’s attorney general says new rules to fight money laundering at provincial casinos will apply universally.David Eby says he can’t comment on private issues that occur in casinos, but stresses there are no exceptions to rules requiring gamblers to disclose sources of cash deposits of more than $10,000.RELATED: Parq Vancouver says it ‘stands against racism’ after Drake accuses them of ‘profiling’Canadian superstar singer Drake posted on his Instagram over the weekend that he was prevented from gambling at the Parq Vancouver casino while he was in the city for two concerts.Drake’s post says he believes he was following the rules and raises concerns about profiling at the casino.WATCH: Drake claims he was profiled at Vancouver casino Parq Vancouver says in statements it stands against racism of any kind and always follows provincial rules.Eby didn’t name Drake during his comments, but says new rules to verify sources of cash at casinos have sharply cut suspicious gambling transactions. FILE: Attorney General David Eby speaks during a press conference in the press theatre at Legislature in Victoria, B.C., on Thursday April 26, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito) BC Attorney General|David Eby|drake|Drake casino|Parq Vancouver by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 5, 2018 3:21 pm PDT Last Updated Nov 5, 2018 at 4:12 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img Summary B.C. attorney general doesn’t name Drake, but says casino rules apply to all David Eby says new rules to fight money laundering at provincial casinos apply to everyoneHe can’t comment on private issues that occur in casinos but stresses there are no exceptionsDrake posted on his Instagram that he was prevented from gambling at the Parq Vancouver casino last_img

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