Graeme Wood

Ken Sim launches mayoral bid in Chinatown, vows ‘15-minute cities’

Former NPA candidate has officially found a new party in second bid for mayor’s chair

B.C. minister not a minister when at Chinese Communist Party events: Ministry

B.C.’s Minister of State for Trade George Chow marked the Golden Week Holiday with China’s consul general, but not as minister, according to his ministry

Unlicensed lawyer for B.C. car sales regulator receives court ban

Loraine Lee, formerly of the Vehicle Sales Authority of B.C., now has a court order against her to prevent her from practicing law and identifying herself as a lawyer

Illegal insider trading alleged against North Van stock promoter

Lawyer-turned-stock-promoter Mark Morabito transferred shares in Canada Jetlines Ltd. to his spouse before disclosing bad news, alleges BC Securities Commission

Surrey Police Service chief’s $21,943 in overtime draws criticism

OT claimed in first eight months of the year is “shameful,” mayoral candidate says

B.C. shell used to orchestrate multi-million dollar fraud: SEC

Two New Jersey men bought a Canadian shell, listed it on the Canadian Securities Exchange and orchestrated the scheme

Surrey Board of Trade backs police transition referendum

Business group cites increasing costs and poor planning as reasons to maintain RCMP force

Human Rights Watch slams B.C. government’s response to heat wave

Report focuses on how the summer's prolonged extreme high temperatures affected vulnerable British Columbians.

Surrey Police Service could deploy unvaccinated officers

City’s municipal force has yet to make a decision on vaccinations for officers, unlike the RCMP

Huawei-sponsored event draws flag-waving B.C. politicians

Chinese government-linked events over the Golden Week Holiday mark a return of soft diplomacy in Vancouver – while pro-democracy activists burn a Chinese flag at Vancouver’s Chinese consul general...