Graeme Wood

Up to 40,000 international students not paying into B.C. health care system

New health care fee may provide Ministry of Health opportunity to shore up Medical Services Plan enrolment requirements

B.C. lawyers tweak self-imposed anti-money laundering rules ahead of public inquiry

Cash refunds and new requirements for trust accounts fall short of overall goal: corporate investigator

Lawyer for Liberal MP’s law firm suspended for three months

Law Society of B.C. found Yvonne Hsu committed professional misconduct that facilitated fraud

Multiple properties frozen by securities commission amidst Bridgemark fraud investigation

Freeze orders are to be challenged in BC Supreme Court on constitutional grounds

Investors launch class action suit in alleged Bridgemark Group stock scheme

The notice of claim is posted on the website BridgemarkClassAction.com

B.C. government lacks anti-corruption tool for public servants

Conflicts of interest measures boil down to honour system with no statutory disclosure requirements in place; Attorney General David Eby to review legislation

B.C.’s municipal financial disclosure system a patchwork of policies

Cities are free to deem what senior employees must file disclosures, how public documents are accessed and when they are destroyed

Speculation and vacancy tax meets targets: B.C. government

So far, the province has collected $115 million from property owners, which is $5 million more than the government had expected

New B.C. financial services regulator has a new boss

Former BMO chief compliance officer will oversee B.C. mortgage brokers as housing market shows signs of correction