Graeme Wood

Crypto-backed mortgages still raise red flags, says B.C. regulator

Some private lenders are offering loans for mortgages backed by Bitcoin

Runny nose not on symptoms list as Dr. Henry sets 'low threshold' for keeping kids home

Critic of provincial health officer questions flexible rules amid wave of Omicron variant

British Columbians want less trade with China, but at what cost?

While just over six in 10 Canadians want the country to trade less with China, nearly just as many are concerned about the economic fallout

Alleged securities fraudsters can be charged in U.S. but free to conduct business in B.C.

And, whether a convicted international fraudster can conduct business in the province depends on if the B.C. Securities Commission files for a reciprocal order against them — that's not always a sure...

Two B.C. mining executives fined for $1.8M in undisclosed insider trading

Richard Ryan Penn and Roman Reuvin Rubin agreed paying fines to the B.C. Securities Commission

Is Omicron airborne? Dr. Bonnie Henry weighs in

Omicron is spreading fast and can be transmitted through 'aerosols,' says B.C.'s top doc

Vancouver pot stock promoter pleads the Fifth in massive U.S. fraud case

Avtar Dhillon stepped down as director of Vancouver-based cannabis firm Emerald Health Therapeutics following his arrest

'Remarkable': B.C. researchers get molecular look at Omicron variant spike protein

UBC researchers say knowing molecular structure will allow scientists to develop more effective treatments against variants

SEC demands US$52.9 million from ex-Vancouver lawyer Fred Sharp after default

U.S. authorities have yet to locate the former lawyer connected to the Panama Papers offshore shell and tax haven leak

Omicron's spread in B.C.: How much and how fast

Public health labs can't sequence Omicron fast enough to provide real-time data; but it is assumed by officials the new COVID-19 variant will represent nearly all cases in the very near future