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Graeme Wood

Graeme Wood

Graeme Wood is a syndicated reporter for Glacier Media. He covers regional and provincial politics, real estate policies, regulatory matters and white-collar crime.

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Recent Work by Graeme

Vancouver stockbroker penalized after 'Bridgemark Group' trades

Vancouver stockbroker penalized after 'Bridgemark Group' trades

Tiffany Sweeney of Research Capital Corporation failed in her gatekeeper obligations, according to the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada.
B.C. residents denied dismissal of massive alleged stock fraud case in Boston court

B.C. residents denied dismissal of massive alleged stock fraud case in Boston court

A Boston federal district court judge has tossed an application by six B.C. residents to dismiss civil fraud charges related to a complex $1 billion-plus trading arrangement
COVID-19 lockdowns impacted HIV transmission rates in B.C., says study

COVID-19 lockdowns impacted HIV transmission rates in B.C., says study

During the early stages of the pandemic, HIV rates increased among certain drug users, UBC researchers found
One million British Columbians waiting for a specialist, says doctors' group

One million British Columbians waiting for a specialist, says doctors' group

Health Minister Adrian Dix says to address shortages the government is working to amend the Physician Master Agreement, which includes specialist doctors
B.C. 'TERF' nurse faces hearing over alleged transgender discrimination

B.C. 'TERF' nurse faces hearing over alleged transgender discrimination

Vancouver-area registered nurse Amy Hamm faces a regulatory hearing, and possible suspension, for allegedly making derogatory remarks about transgender people; her lawyer calls the case unique and precedent-setting
New B.C. school trustee slate has ‘freedom fighters’ and pro-SOGI candidates: Founder

New B.C. school trustee slate has ‘freedom fighters’ and pro-SOGI candidates: Founder

Parents Voice BC says parents have been shut out of policy-making decisions as school boards' powers erode from the top
Young B.C. man paralyzed by work truck awarded $15.5M

Young B.C. man paralyzed by work truck awarded $15.5M

A Korean multinational construction company with headquarters in Langley, B.C., has been found liable for a major workplace accident claim after not defending itself
Take a poop to 'assert ownership' during eviction, says Vancouver city council candidate

Take a poop to 'assert ownership' during eviction, says Vancouver city council candidate

Royal Pacific Realty representative Morning Lee, an NPA Vancouver candidate, had some questionable advice for property owners faced with an eviction process
B.C. judge sides with Dr. Bonnie Henry in 4 health order challenges

B.C. judge sides with Dr. Bonnie Henry in 4 health order challenges

The challenges came from both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals and largely deal with public gathering restrictions.
B.C. real estate lawyer admits to misappropriating trust funds

B.C. real estate lawyer admits to misappropriating trust funds

Surrey lawyer Tejinder Singh Dhillon admitted to professional misconduct involving trust accounts and real estate transactions.