Graeme Wood

Harvest Power’s stinky composting firm fined a record $300,000

Fine unlikely to be paid in full because of way parent company structured subsidiary: official

‘Holy grail’ pump and dump of ‘next Apple’ nets $16 million in fines

Two British Columbians permanently banned from trading by BCSC for part in Kunekt scheme

City of North Vancouver mulls financial disclosure requirement for top officials

Proposed bylaw follows naming of former chief administrator as respondent in BCSC investigation of alleged illegal stock scheme

Junior exchange moves to close Bridgemark scheme loophole

Canadian Securities Exchange will implement a four-month hold period on shares sold by companies under the consultant exemption, following allegations of fraud scheme

Regulator fires warning shots at B.C. mortgage brokers amid turbulent market

Acting registrar of mortgage brokers for the Financial Institutions Commission says brokers will face greater scrutiny with rising debt and declining home prices

B.C. real estate audits reveal widespread tax evasion

Taxman recovered over $140 million in nine months last year from B.C. real estate audits; new speculation tax expected to curb tax avoidance

Vancouver Jewish school asks Shaw to ID anonymous e-mailer

After alleged scurrilous claims circulate online, Talmud Torah files lawsuit in B.C. Supreme Court

Investigation: Vancouver’s Bridgemark stock scandal rocks B.C. capital markets

A Glacier Media investigation reveals widespread alleged exploitation of investors on the Canadian Securities Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange. Those alleged of defrauding investors include former...

Scandal-plagued B.C. legislature misinterpreted its parliamentary privilege: judge

B.C. legislature wanted to axe a lawsuit against it by claiming contractual dispute would interfere in internal proceedings

Greater public scrutiny of legislature needed: auditor general, accountability advocate

Speaker’s report peels back layers of legislature’s veil of secrecy