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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 deemed 'ungovernable' disbarred twice by law society

B.C. lawyer deemed 'ungovernable' disbarred twice by law society

Aaron Murray Lessing of Surrey received a second disbarment because of his inability to properly close a deceased client's estate, according to a law society ruling.
B.C. lawyer twice disbarred after mentally ill client's fees fund Las Vegas junket

B.C. lawyer twice disbarred after mentally ill client's fees fund Las Vegas junket

Peter Darren Steven Hart has been disbarred for the second time as the Law Society of British Columbia aims to denounce 'unethical' behaviour.
Crown seeks prison time for former B.C. legislature clerk

Crown seeks prison time for former B.C. legislature clerk

Former Premier Gordon Campbell wrote a character reference to court for ex-clerk Craig James.
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.
Access to B.C. government information rooted in culture of secrecy, MLA committee hears

Access to B.C. government information rooted in culture of secrecy, MLA committee hears

British Columbia's information and privacy system requires many changes, says the eight-member committee.
Rising construction costs threaten Metro Vancouver affordable housing projects

Rising construction costs threaten Metro Vancouver affordable housing projects

The added costs will eat away at the $100 million the regional government has budgeted for the next decade to build affordable housing projects, according to a report.
B.C. family says homebuyer evicted them to raise rent 70%

B.C. family says homebuyer evicted them to raise rent 70%

The Eggers claim they are entitled to $33,600 in compensation after a buyer evicted them only to re-rent the home for a 70% markup.
B.C. researchers using kelp and wood fibre to fight plastic pollution

B.C. researchers using kelp and wood fibre to fight plastic pollution

The compostable "bioplastic" can be used for packaging products such as beverage lids and takeout containers.
What B.C.'s money laundering inquiry missed

What B.C.'s money laundering inquiry missed

A final report of B.C.'s public inquiry into money laundering is due June 3.