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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

B.C. lawyer's $2M 'misappropriated' from trust among highest in history, society says

B.C. lawyer's $2M 'misappropriated' from trust among highest in history, society says

Russel Sean McDonough has expressed remorse for his actions.
B.C. lifts fee on beneficial land ownership data

B.C. lifts fee on beneficial land ownership data

Dropping $5.25 search fee should expand access for groups seeking to conduct due diligence and anti-money laundering investigations in the B.C. housing sector, advocates argue.
'Magic Johnson' investment scam nets B.C. fraudster market ban

'Magic Johnson' investment scam nets B.C. fraudster market ban

Jeffrey Shaughnessy admitted to duping investors and has now received a market ban from the B.C. Securities Commission.
Debt forcing more Gen Z and 'younger' millennials to move back home, survey shows

Debt forcing more Gen Z and 'younger' millennials to move back home, survey shows

The 2024 Consumer Debt Report by the Credit Counselling Society indicates younger Canadians are being proactive about managing their debt levels as anxiety rises across the board.
B.C. investment dealer that oversaw suspicious, 'unprofitable' trades fined $150K

B.C. investment dealer that oversaw suspicious, 'unprofitable' trades fined $150K

Leede Jones Gable Inc. failed to adequately supervise stockbroker Larry Martin, who admitted to failing to fulfil his gatekeeper responsibilities, states settlement agreement.
B.C. man facing fraud charges in U.S. fined $40K for illegal trades

B.C. man facing fraud charges in U.S. fined $40K for illegal trades

Aarif Jamani is barred from B.C.'s capital markets for four years after conceding he violated a cease trade order; in a related matter Jamani faces securities fraud charges in a New York court
Last of 'vulnerable' B.C. co-ops saved despite feds being 'MIA'

Last of 'vulnerable' B.C. co-ops saved despite feds being 'MIA'

Two rare co-ops on private land have been saved from the prospect of redevelopment with a $71-million injection of cash to a non-profit trust entity operated by the Co-operative Housing Federation of BC.
$20K fine and suspension for B.C. lawyer assisting illegal insider trading

$20K fine and suspension for B.C. lawyer assisting illegal insider trading

Lawyer Samuel Cole had advised his client to use the client's girlfriend as a nominee buyer of shares during a reverse takeover, thus violating insider trading rules.
Selina Robinson steps down as minister amid growing NDP backlash

Selina Robinson steps down as minister amid growing NDP backlash

Selina Robinson is resigning from her cabinet position following her remarks about the origins of Israel.
B.C. premier backs minister's apology for calling Palestine 'crappy piece of land'

B.C. premier backs minister's apology for calling Palestine 'crappy piece of land'

B.C. Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau questions premier's response after her own run-in with offensive comments expressed by a colleague that resulted in termination.
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