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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

What B.C.’s money laundering inquiry said about real estate prices and regulations

What B.C.’s money laundering inquiry said about real estate prices and regulations

Nearly half of Commissioner Austin Cullen's recommendations are directly or indirectly related to real estate regulations in B.C. despite inconclusive findings.
B.C. lawyer suspended 12 years after misusing immigrant's $450,000

B.C. lawyer suspended 12 years after misusing immigrant's $450,000

Mohammud Massood Joomratty misled a foreign bank to eventually misappropriate $450,000 from a prospective immigrant, according to the Law Society of BC.
'Exemplary' B.C. lawyer suspended for anti-money laundering failures

'Exemplary' B.C. lawyer suspended for anti-money laundering failures

Veteran lawyer George Gregory has been suspended for two months.
Feds failing to enforce money laundering crimes, B.C. inquiry concludes

Feds failing to enforce money laundering crimes, B.C. inquiry concludes

The Cullen Commission Report suggests a paradigm shift whereby the provincial government takes on duties typically ascribed to the federal government
Rich Coleman, David Eby, politicians respond to B.C. money laundering report

Rich Coleman, David Eby, politicians respond to B.C. money laundering report

Former B.C. solicitor general Rich Coleman feels vindicated of 'mud slinging' claims of corruption.
Interest rate hikes 'going to be painful' for British Columbians, warns economist

Interest rate hikes 'going to be painful' for British Columbians, warns economist

"The reasonable thing is to take the heat now and avoid a bigger heat later," says UBC's Giovanni Gallipoli.
Money laundering 'enormous' in B.C. but no evidence of corruption, commissioner finds

Money laundering 'enormous' in B.C. but no evidence of corruption, commissioner finds

An 1,800-page report about money laundering in B.C. was released to the public Wednesday.
Vaccine injury program compensates eight Canadians in first two weeks

Vaccine injury program compensates eight Canadians in first two weeks

The Vaccine Injury Support Program offers compensation to anyone injured by any vaccine after Dec. 8, 2020.
Photos: Hong Kong police violence re-enacted in demonstration at Vancouver Art Gallery

Photos: Hong Kong police violence re-enacted in demonstration at Vancouver Art Gallery

Vancouver Activists of Hong Kong hosted a day of demonstrations at the Vancouver Art Gallery on Sunday.
Canada ranks 9th for migrating millionaires

Canada ranks 9th for migrating millionaires

Canada is seen as a favoured destination for millionaires on the move. Many of them are coming from countries in strife, according to a new report.