Graeme Wood

Horgan silent on China’s alleged genocide tied to B.C. trade agreement

B.C. has an MOU on China’s Belt and Road Initiative, which is seen by some as a primary motive behind acts to suppress Muslims in Xinjiang

Surrey city council approves 2.3% salary hike for itself

Despite its pandemic pay raise, Surrey council members have lower pay than similar B.C. cities

Vaccination plan should prioritize workers, not just older people: SFU researchers

Infection models by SFU analysts show COVID-19 can be better managed by targeting younger, at-risk people, thus benefiting seniors by reducing community transmission

Mass vaccination sites planned in Surrey

Four community centres targeted for thousands of shots per day between April and November

Transparency is top priority for Surrey’s police force: board boss

Still unclear when Surrey Police Service will be completed and what the transition and ongoing operations will cost

Casinos inquiry awaits government and police explanations

After six weeks of testimony, hard facts about scope of money laundering remain elusive

Christy Clark set new ‘tone’ for gambling officials, inquiry hears

Were officials overseeing gambling too focused on revenue and not social responsibility in order to meet then premier Christy Clark’s expectations? That’s the question put to former B.C. Lottery...

Gamblers diverted to B.C. by money laundering crackdowns in China/U.S., inquiry hears

Great Canadian Gaming Corp. interim CEO Terrance Doyle says his focus was wealthy locals, not international jet-setters

Surrey residents make Indigenous acknowledgements after council rejects motion

Ethical considerations dominate Surrey council meeting February 8

Developer’s ‘dog and pony show’ fetches six years in prison

Mark John Chandler gets 21 extra months for adding to his rap sheet, following L.A.-based fraud scheme