OTTAWA - Canada has frozen C$2.3 billion
($2.4 billion) worth of assets belonging to Libyan leader
Muammar Gaddafi, a government official told Reuters on
The official did not give details.
Ottawa announced a clampdown on doing business with Libyan
institutions on Sunday and later said it had blocked
unspecified financial dealings the Libyan government had
planned to carry out in Canada.
The United States, Austria and Britain have also frozen
Gaddafi assets over the last few days.