Graeme Wood

This is how much of a 'living wage' a B.C. family needs to earn in 2022

Higher housing costs coupled with more expensive child care and groceries have resulted in a higher living wage in many B.C. communities.

B.C. family awarded $33,700 for wrongful eviction

The family says it wants to see a more streamlined process to obtain their compensation

Chinese espionage networks operating in B.C., U.S. indictment alleges

The RCMP says it's "aware of foreign interference activity in Canada" and has methods and techniques to combat it

These B.C. mayors want 'sunshine laws' to tackle corruption and transparency

Two recently elected B.C. mayors want the provincial government to reform the Community Charter to better oversee city hall transparency

Two more B.C. real estate firms fined for anti-money laundering violations

Parent firm LeHomes Realty has been fined over half a million dollars for two breaches; Cathay Pacific Realty Ltd. was fined $206,250

Vancouver mayoral candidate Ken Sim met with CSIS

Two of Vancouver’s mayoral candidates have spoken with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service ahead of the upcoming election. Candidate Ken Sim says he personally approached CSIS after learning...

Gold mine Ponzi scheme ruined B.C. residents' lives, commission hears

The pyramid scheme originated in Florida and had five B.C. residents play an integral role.

B.C. just changed how PST is calculated on used car sales. Here's what you need to know

The B.C. government says it will generate an estimate $30 million annually with a new policy to more vigorously tax used car sales. As of Oct. 1, provincial sales tax for any car sold in a private...

LeHomes Realty fined $282K for anti-money laundering violations

B.C. real estate brokerage firm LeHomes Realty has been fined $282,397 for not complying with the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act. The brokerage is officially known...

B.C. cannabis firm founder admits to criminal stock fraud, faces U.S. jail time

Former Vancouver physician turned stock promoter has agreed to plead guilty to criminal securities offences in the U.S.