Graeme Wood

Vancouver’s money laundering problem ‘unprecedented,’ criminologist tells Cullen Commission

Stephen Schneider says most money laundering is cash-centric, but emerging trends in online gaming, crypto-currency and trade-based money laundering are becoming eminent

Active Langley Lodge outbreak marks record high COVID-19 death

Nursing home is situated in Fraser Health Authority region, which is presently experiencing the most COVID-19 cases among the five B.C. health authorities

‘Hong Kong’s future is unavoidably linked to Canada,’ says MP as China encroaches

Conservative MPs host online conference with bipartisan group of prominent Hong Kong democracy activists

Construction costs throw wrench in Surrey’s YMCA facility

City’s growing downtown precinct dealt significant blow as recreation facility cancelled due to $35 million funding gap

Canada joins call to review WHO COVID-19 timeline of actions

Canada is part of a coalition of 62 countries calling for an “independent and comprehensive evaluation” of the World Health Organization’s timeline of actions pertaining to the COVID-19...

B.C.’s road to recovery: Shutdown will continue for places of worship in B.C.

Churches, mosques, temples, synagogues must limit gatherings to under 50 people

Chinese-Canadians mount case against Chinese Communist Party tactics, abuses

Human rights advocates call on Canada to enact legislation to better address foreign influence campaigns; Canadian public opinion of China is at an all-time low, says pollster Angus Reid

Money laundering inquiry continues online May 25

The commission will work from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and be live streamed at CullenCommission.ca for public viewing

Illegal lobbyist donations not significant enough to warrant prosecution: report

Special prosecutor David Butcher said the RCMP analysis of donation records found insufficient evidence of a ‘significant volume or pattern of donations’ by lobbyists and others acting on behalf of...