Graeme Wood

Judge upholds constitutionality of freeze orders on Bridgemark Group

Freeze orders against public market participants not an unreasonable invasion of privacy, B.C. Supreme Court rules

Surrey council chooses industry over climate change concerns in Campbell Heights

Proposal to develop 245 hectares of green space in South Surrey spurs climate change concerns as city looks to add industrial land

Surrey council turfs non-profit housing, approves four condo towers

Density A.O.K. in city centre; not so much in South Surrey for non-profit

China paid $3.2 million to now-cancelled B.C. police academy program

Money came from various Chinese police colleges; Justice Institute of B.C. now turns to Mexico to reboot its international police training program

Canadians growing more vulnerable to foreign influence activities: CSIS

In B.C., Hong Kong Canadians have been most vocal about Chinese state actors and propaganda

From friend to foe: Surrey’s Brenda Locke to challenge Doug McCallum in 2022

Locke pledges police referendum, has regrets about SkyTrain pledge and is contemplating how city hall can help with housing affordability

Foreign buyers’ tax upheld; not discriminatory: B.C. Court of Appeal

Tax deemed valid under provincial legislation and not discriminatory against any one nationality

Surrey politics get misty after heat wave bungle

No clear indication city staff has a plan for next heat warning

Mysterious whistleblower to return to money laundering inquiry

Former BCLC investigator and AML boss Ross Alderson is now set to testify

Surrey lawyer suspended after physical altercation with spouse

Narindarpal Singh Kang is the second lawyer to hold a Queen’s Counsel designation and be suspended by the Law Society of B.C. this week