Over the course of three years a Vancouver woman seemingly went from working at McDonald’s to buying and selling at least $5.9 million worth of stock and signing, over a five-month span, lucrative . . .
Two investors have launched a class action lawsuit against a group of alleged purported consultants, known as the Bridgemark Group, and 11 public companies who are subject to a fraud investigation . . .
Securities investigators in B.C. say they have identified dozens more subjects in their ongoing investigation into an alleged illegal share distribution plan involving penny stock companies listed . . .
A legal fight has broken out between a Vancouver stock promoter, who is a central figure in an alleged illegal share distribution scheme, and one of the many penny stock companies he was involved . . .
A junior stock exchange popular among venture startups is moving to close a loophole allegedly exploited by so-called consultants in a far-reaching share distribution scheme now under investigation. . .
Kenneth Tollstam, then the City of North Vancouver manager, quietly moonlighted as a director, officer, and investor of at least a dozen low-quality start-up companies, enabling him to purchase a . . .
A former top North Vancouver bureaucrat is among a number of people from the North Shore named in allegations being made by the director of the BC Securities Commission as part of an investigation . . .
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