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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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gwood@glaciermedia.ca

Recent Work by Graeme

Most evictions started by landlords and against younger Canadians, survey finds

Most evictions started by landlords and against younger Canadians, survey finds

Evictees show a lower level of trust in people and in turn have reported poorer mental health, according to Statistics Canada.
Law Society of BC to be disbanded under new legislation

Law Society of BC to be disbanded under new legislation

The new law means, in theory, you will be able to have broader access to legal services at a more affordable rate than lawyers. One stakeholder suggests lawyers opposed to the move wish to perpetuate a system that 'does not work for so many people.'
Major B.C. civic political parties investigated for 'potential' prohibited contributions

Major B.C. civic political parties investigated for 'potential' prohibited contributions

ABC Vancouver and Burnaby Citizens Association among the largest civic slates being probed for possible campaign financing violations.
Trudeau’s staff on Vancouver Chinese consulate allegations: ‘Bragging is not doing’

Trudeau’s staff on Vancouver Chinese consulate allegations: ‘Bragging is not doing’

'It seemed improbable that the Chinese government would have a preference' for a Canadian government, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the foreign interference commission
B.C. HVAC company suspended from door-to-door sales

B.C. HVAC company suspended from door-to-door sales

Door-to-door sales must disclose final prices, including interest, says Consumer Protection BC
B.C.'s 'steep increase' of debt results in credit downgrade

B.C.'s 'steep increase' of debt results in credit downgrade

S&P Global Ratings knocks B.C. government down a peg in its fiscal health credit rating, putting it on par with Alberta.
Low snowpack brings Metro Vancouver lawn watering restrictions May 1

Low snowpack brings Metro Vancouver lawn watering restrictions May 1

Brown lawns are encouraged in Metro Vancouver to save water in anticipation of low water reservoirs in 2024.
Debt burden in B.C. felt more than across Canada, survey shows

Debt burden in B.C. felt more than across Canada, survey shows

Bank of Canada set to hold interest rate policy meeting on April 10 as more British Columbians report feeling greater pinch in their wallets.
Small B.C. electric truck company's concerns lead to auditor general investigation

Small B.C. electric truck company's concerns lead to auditor general investigation

Edison Motors CEO Chace Barber raised conflict of interest concerns over a CleanBC grant program that are now subject to a requested review by the auditor general of B.C.
Murder trial shows Richmond diners scramble as bullets blast through window

Murder trial shows Richmond diners scramble as bullets blast through window

Richard Charles Reed stands accused of shooting up a Richmond sushi restaurant, killing Jian Jun Zhu and injuring Paul King Jin.
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