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Graeme Wood

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Abbotsford braces for further flooding as storms pound West Coast

Abbotsford braces for further flooding as storms pound West Coast

Abbotsford Mayor Henry Braun hopes rain over the next four days will be absorbed by existing flooded areas and pumped out into the Fraser River
Results from B.C. money laundering inquiry delayed until May 2022

Results from B.C. money laundering inquiry delayed until May 2022

Delays due to the pandemic have pushed the final report back a full year
Accused in stock fraud, U.S. officials want to know where's Fred Sharp?

Accused in stock fraud, U.S. officials want to know where's Fred Sharp?

U.S. authorities are applying for a default judgment against Panama Papers-linked businessman Fred Sharp, of West Vancouver.
Law society can investigate B.C. lawyer's alleged ties to stock scheme

Law society can investigate B.C. lawyer's alleged ties to stock scheme

An investigation of this magnitude is extremely rare.
Vancouver activists target China’s 'genocide games' in call for boycott

Vancouver activists target China’s 'genocide games' in call for boycott

The February 2022 Winter Games are set to take place in China. However, not everyone is in support.
Time ticking for Vancouver man charged in $1B international stock fraud scheme

Time ticking for Vancouver man charged in $1B international stock fraud scheme

A look into the B.C. business dealings of a Vancouver man charged in the U.S. in connection to an alleged international stock fraud scheme.
Charges announced in slaying of alleged money launderer at Richmond restaurant

Charges announced in slaying of alleged money launderer at Richmond restaurant

Richard Charles Reed, 23, is also facing a charge of aggravated assault.
Stranded? No COVID-19 test needed to detour through Washington State

Stranded? No COVID-19 test needed to detour through Washington State

Drivers can move between the Okanagan and the Lower Mainland via Washington State and not be tested for COVID-19 by showing proof they are 'carrying out everyday functions.'
Over 42,000 Surrey residents call for referendum on police transition

Over 42,000 Surrey residents call for referendum on police transition

“A decision this big, this expensive and this controversial needs to go to the people."
B.C. couple owing $25 million loses appeal to have debt forgiven

B.C. couple owing $25 million loses appeal to have debt forgiven

The pair sold overpriced shares to 'unsophisticated investors' in 2008, with the assistance of an entity in the business of advising people in debt on how to access funds from their RRSPs and retirement accounts.