Graeme Wood

B.C.’s road to recovery: Pandemic could usher in online era of property sales

Buyers and sellers will face changed market landscape after lifting of restrictions

It’s OK to sit on a Vancouver sports field and walk around school grounds

Unclear signage and sports field closures appear to be aimed only at discouraging gatherings, and not passive use by individual households

High housing costs are harmful to public interest, says BC Supreme Court judge

Justice Janet Winteringham described the NDP government’s public interest argument for the speculation and vacancy tax as “concrete, tangible and compelling.”

B.C. to levy $2,000 fines for price gouging and reselling medical supplies

Minister of Public Safety Mike Farnworth allowing police and other law enforcement agencies to issue tickets

Parliament’s pandemic politics take centre stage ahead of House sitting

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants fewer limited sittings each week than the Conservative Party of Canada does

Liberals eye subsidies for oil and gas, tourism and air travel sectors

Focus of economic development plan entirely on getting past pandemic: Joly

Court rejects $25 million bankruptcy proposal by stock schemers

The Poonians’ scheme targeted retirement savings of unsophisticated investors

Surrey projecting a $42 million shortfall if COVID-19 restrictions ease in summer

Mayor Doug McCallum claims city was preparing before WHO declared a pandemic on March 11

Coronavirus coverup is China's CCP regime’s ‘Chernobyl moment’: scholars

Open letter states: ‘The CCP silenced Chinese doctors who wanted to warn other health professionals during the early stage of the outbreak’

New heated tobacco tax postponed amid pandemic; no plan to expand ‘patch’ program

BC Smoking Cessation Program provides limited access during deadly respiratory pandemic; renowned researcher wants to see its use expanded for COVID-19