Graeme Wood

Clock ticks on B.C.-China ‘Belt and Road’ MOU; Australia punts their own

As Australia terminates a state MOU on China’s Belt and Road Initiative, B.C. is soon forced to face its own decision

Surrey housing project would alter popular trail

Residents raise concerns about proposed development's effect on Semiahmoo Trail

No payoff from $600,000-plus B.C. Securities Commission bonuses

Executives were paid big bonuses on premise of major regulatory change that never happened

Rich Coleman to return to money laundering inquiry stand

Former B.C. cabinet minister’s earlier testimony to Cullen money laundering probe appears to clash with comments he made to media 10 years ago

Amid gang war, Surrey RCMP hiring freeze doesn’t concern incoming SPS chief

About 1,000 new people move to Surrey each month. Over the past three years city council has frozen its police force in anticipation of a transition to the Surrey Police Service, which is now two...

B.C. police services director skirted standard procedure in appointing Hells Angels-connected board member

Appointment of Semiahmoo First Nation Chief Harley Chappell to Surrey Police Board highlights a process rushed for political expediency, critics charge

B.C. Securities Commission whittles ‘Bridgemark Group’ down to four

Dozens of purported consultants tied to alleged inside traders may not face a BCSC hearing

Rich Coleman doubles down on his casino decisions

Former deputy premier of B.C. Rich Coleman explains decisions he made during three stints as minister responsible for gambling policies and casino enforcement

BCLC lawyer passes on Christy Clark at money laundering inquiry, grills David Eby

Attorney General maintains former government failed to address money laundering in B.C. casinos

BC Liberals delayed ‘costly’ money laundering task force, inquiry hears

Key government officials also say they learned about money laundering in casinos from media reports, and not gambling officials and regulators