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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

Health care remains B.C.'s biggest expense with some added 'wild cards'

Health care remains B.C.'s biggest expense with some added 'wild cards'

B.C.'s aging population will only serve to add to health-care costs, says public health policy expert Jason Sutherland.
BC NDP budget has room to spend money and should, says economist

BC NDP budget has room to spend money and should, says economist

Marc Lee of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives says with economic growth halted due to interest rate hikes, now is the time for the provincial government to maintain spending, despite concerns over the rising cost of debt.
After daughter allegedly threatened with rape, father questions B.C. ski club's response

After daughter allegedly threatened with rape, father questions B.C. ski club's response

A North Shore father says he had to pull his daughter out of her ski club on Grouse Mountain after alleged verbal and physical threats made against the 13-year-old were not handled seriously.
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.
$200 Valentine's Day? That's what most younger Canadians are spending

$200 Valentine's Day? That's what most younger Canadians are spending

Men intend to spend more money than women on Valentine's Day this year, according to CIBC.
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.
Record seizure of $11M of contraband tobacco and weapons nets four arrests

Record seizure of $11M of contraband tobacco and weapons nets four arrests

A special combined police unit in B.C. has uncovered what it deems to be the largest contraband tobacco seizure in B.C. history.
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.
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