Graeme Wood

Marijuana firm admits misconduct related to Bridgemark investigation

SpeakEasy Cannabis Club Ltd. admits purported consultants were paid $1.45 million but performed no consulting work

Cavities put on notice as B.C. green lights dental offices

Dental offices will be provided further guidelines from the College of Dental Surgeons of B.C.

B.C.'s road to recovery: Not coming to an arena near you any time soon

B.C.’s professional teams will inch back into play, but with no fans and likely not in Vancouver

Surrey’s police force faces recruitment and financial questions amid pandemic

Surrey City Hall has already poured $5.4 million into the new Surrey Police Department and does not intend to stop

Rapid test kit recall underscores importance of Canada’s lab technologists

Increasing Canada’s testing capacity will mean providing enough equipment and support to those who can accurately conduct the tests: Canada’s top lab tech

Vancouver could host NHL games, says top doc in B.C.

National Hockey League is seeking two to four cities to play out the 2019-20 season. Vancouver fits the key requirements, although testing capacity and border restrictions may play a factor

Once Stephen Harper’s shipmate, polar tour company’s founder faces $30 million bankruptcy

Andrew Prossin’s One Ocean Expeditions Inc. has left hundreds of tourists, contractors and employees without payment or refunds

Teachers reach collective agreement amid work-from-home orders

Three-year “2-2-2” deal now expires in just over two years

YVR airport will trim 30% of workforce with suppressed travel in 2020: union

The union representing workers at the Vancouver Airport Authority says its workforce will be reduced by 25-30% in the coming weeks, following negotiations that will address voluntary buyouts and...

Existing workplace safety regulations remain flexible to COVID-19

Nothing in the works to cement specific COVID-19 measures into occupational health and safety policies: WorkSafeBC