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Graeme Wood

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Deepening inequality and financial stress in B.C. and across Canada: poll

Deepening inequality and financial stress in B.C. and across Canada: poll

Canada's rising food costs, stagnant wages and debt are 'hammering' the poor, polling suggests
British Columbians charged in $1B stock fraud case could see trial next January

British Columbians charged in $1B stock fraud case could see trial next January

Boston judge gives United States Securities and Exchange Commission more time to present evidence to counter motions to dismiss by six British Columbians
B.C. Legislature fraud and breach of trust trial set to commence next week

B.C. Legislature fraud and breach of trust trial set to commence next week

Former Clerk of the Legislative Assembly Craig James faces five criminal counts for alleged abuse of power
Vancouver immigration lawyer suspended for using personal accounts

Vancouver immigration lawyer suspended for using personal accounts

Law Society of BC suspends licence of Katrina Sriranpong for improperly using personal bank accounts
Fraudulent crypto-trading platforms luring in Canadians, officials warn

Fraudulent crypto-trading platforms luring in Canadians, officials warn

Fraudsters target investors hoping to get in 'on the ground floor'
Radio jammers, GPS trackers targeted in expanding B.C. civil forfeiture program

Radio jammers, GPS trackers targeted in expanding B.C. civil forfeiture program

B.C. Civil Forfeiture Office seeks to add more regulatory bodies it can obtain information from, including the B.C. Securities Commission and BC Hydro
Runny nose not on symptoms list as Dr. Henry sets 'low threshold' for keeping kids home

Runny nose not on symptoms list as Dr. Henry sets 'low threshold' for keeping kids home

Critic of provincial health officer questions flexible rules amid wave of Omicron variant
Crypto-backed mortgages still raise red flags, says B.C. regulator

Crypto-backed mortgages still raise red flags, says B.C. regulator

Some private lenders are offering loans for mortgages backed by Bitcoin
British Columbians want less trade with China, but at what cost?

British Columbians want less trade with China, but at what cost?

While just over six in 10 Canadians want the country to trade less with China, nearly just as many are concerned about the economic fallout
Alleged securities fraudsters can be charged in U.S. but free to conduct business in B.C.

Alleged securities fraudsters can be charged in U.S. but free to conduct business in B.C.

And, whether a convicted international fraudster can conduct business in the province depends on if the B.C. Securities Commission files for a reciprocal order against them — that's not always a sure thing