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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

These are Metro Vancouver’s most popular parks

These are Metro Vancouver’s most popular parks

Despite a post-pandemic decline in visits in 2022, Crippen Regional Park, Delta South-Surrey Regional Greenway and Seymour River Regional Greenway set records for total annual visits.
B.C. lawyer loses misconduct appeal after shady real estate deals

B.C. lawyer loses misconduct appeal after shady real estate deals

The law society found the Richmond lawyer's clients were conducting transactions that were under "objectively suspicious circumstances."
B.C. teachers reporting more stress as staff shortages take toll on education

B.C. teachers reporting more stress as staff shortages take toll on education

More teachers in B.C. are reporting higher stress levels and this may exacerbate an existing teacher shortage should they look to exit the profession, the BC Teachers' Federation reports.
Sexual assault assistance and timely support backlogged, B.C. provider says

Sexual assault assistance and timely support backlogged, B.C. provider says

Most sexual assaults come at the hands of an intimate partner and femicide rates have spiked 27 per cent since the COVID-19 pandemic, aid organizations report.
B.C. bookkeeper used numbered company to assist major U.S. fraud, SEC finds

B.C. bookkeeper used numbered company to assist major U.S. fraud, SEC finds

Bookkeeper's dealings with former Vancouver stock promoter shed light on the mechanics of an alleged billion-dollar penny stock trading scheme orchestrated in B.C.
Are Canadian politicians conflicted on affordable housing?

Are Canadian politicians conflicted on affordable housing?

Housing advocate Rohana Rezel says a "nice loophole" exists in federal conflict of interest laws to allow members of Parliament to own rental properties while still setting housing policies.
Blank cheques and trust violations land B.C. lawyers fines

Blank cheques and trust violations land B.C. lawyers fines

Fines of $15,000 and $25,000 have been levied against two Metro Vancouver lawyers for violations of the Legal Profession Act.
Healthy food is costly in B.C — and it's worrying public health officials

Healthy food is costly in B.C — and it's worrying public health officials

"Households and individuals that experience household food insecurity face numerous health and social challenges," public health officials warn in their Food Costing in BC 2022 study.
UBC research aims to make concussion diagnoses more consistent

UBC research aims to make concussion diagnoses more consistent

UBC neuropsychologist Dr. Noah Silverberg has helped create a new standardized approach to diagnosing concussions.
Tesla crash at BC Ferries terminal deemed driver error

Tesla crash at BC Ferries terminal deemed driver error

The crash caused an estimated $30,000 worth of damage to the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal.
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