Money Laundering in Canada?
In 1989; almost 30 years ago, this man gained access to a since defunct immigration program to acquire his Canadian citizenship. From there he bought into real estate in Montreal so has a small group of holdings that have appreciated.
Canada has been a good place to invest for those not residing in the country and as of new regulations, out of country, non citizens pay a 15% penalty to own real estate in Canada. 30 years ago, who knew where we would be today; money laundering and proceeds of crime.