Graeme Wood

$511 million in mortgages set up by unregistered Vancouver broker who cooked books: FICOM

Jay Kanth Chaudhary is alleged to have been working with “a large network of registered submortgage brokers”

Anti-money laundering policies at B.C. colleges and universities under review

Cash-for-cheque swaps done by institutions could facilitate money laundering, report concluded

Former West Vancouver council candidate defends work while under securities probe

Tara Haddad open about realty and accounting work; less so on penny stock promotion

$370k ‘resignation benefit’ for now retired Legislature clerk should be investigated: McLachlin report

The benefit was drafted by clerk Craig James but rescinded by Speaker Darryl Plecas. However, report finds administrative authority is unclear

B.C. government announces probe of money laundering

Public inquiry expected to produce report on problem by May 2021

ICBC tweaks new, yet-to-be-released insurance rating model

Grace period introduced for those considering paying out a small claim

Money laundering drove up B.C. real estate prices by 5%: reports

Effect on Lower Mainland could be much higher, finance minister says

Howe Street drama continues in Bridgemark stock scandal

Two penny stock promoters sparring over unpaid debt and control of a nearly worthless company

Report highlights role of luxury car sales in B.C. money laundering

Lack of oversight makes sector vulnerable to financial crime, study says

Port on the hook for $24 million compost conundrum

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority hopes to eventually convert land in east Richmond to warehousing to ease industrial land crunch