Graeme Wood

Surrey borrows $150m for three recreation centres

Short on reserves and having already hiked residential property taxes 10.7% this year, on average, the City of Surrey takes advantage of rock-bottom interest rates

Money laundering reports were broad and apolitical, says Peter German

Author of two “Dirty Money” reports says politics played no role in his findings, which are meant to be broad and not investigative. Peter German also told a public inquiry that anti-money laundering...

Surrey slashes red tape for pandemic patio program

Surrey also offers limited grants for patio improvements

Rich Coleman’s dismissal of money laundering warning was baseless: Mountie

RCMP’s failure to put adequate resources toward fighting financial crime was compounded by government officials downplaying problem, inquiry hears

Horgan faces backlash for genocide-denying adviser

While acknowledging and supporting the House of Commons vote declaring China is committing genocide against minority Muslims, the B.C. government remains committed to a trade policy tied to those...

Crime down, mental health calls up in Surrey during 2020

Surrey RCMP reported less crime but an uptick in mental health issues among residents, as it took on a new role in public health monitoring during the pandemic in 2020, according to its annual Report...

City of Surrey hires inspector who drove impaired

Surrey councillor Linda Annis calls on police board to disclose full details of hiring process after it hires Jeff Metcalfe

Surrey police: How it started and how it’s going

A historic transition from Surrey RCMP to the Surrey Police Service has come under political fire but the new SPS chief says delays will be smoothed over by 2024

Xinjiang genocide vote should steer Chinese police lessons to curb: JIBC director

JIBC board deliberated on an international education policy that is to consider human rights violations for its program offerings

El Chapo, Hezbollah and triads deluged RCMP in Vancouver, inquiry hears

Money laundering in casinos was triaged by federal police, who were tracking “massive” amounts of money flowing through transnational organized crime in Vancouver