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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

Contract has B.C. teachers playing ‘catch up’ while other provinces fall behind

Contract has B.C. teachers playing ‘catch up’ while other provinces fall behind

A new deal for B.C. teachers will make wage gains over those in other provinces but still won't improve upon the cost of living
B.C. lawyer accused of moving millions to manipulate securities market

B.C. lawyer accused of moving millions to manipulate securities market

A lawyer, who is anonymized in a regulatory citation, is alleged to have assisted in stock market fraud by committing 'professional misconduct'
Politicians call for a 'snow summit' with B.C. transportation minister

Politicians call for a 'snow summit' with B.C. transportation minister

Two Lower Mainland politicians are calling on B.C. Transportation Minister Rob Fleming to address snow removal snafus on highways and bridges.
B.C. snowstorm spiked ICBC accident claims by 150%

B.C. snowstorm spiked ICBC accident claims by 150%

In the nine days before the snowstorm, ICBC recorded, on average, 1,419 claims.
Surrey police decision to fall on B.C. government

Surrey police decision to fall on B.C. government

Surrey Mayor Brenda Locke is spearheading a police re-transition plan to rid the city of the nascent Surrey Police Service.
Young B.C. lawyer reprimanded for improperly moving $2.1M through trust accounts

Young B.C. lawyer reprimanded for improperly moving $2.1M through trust accounts

An inexperienced lawyer admitted to 'professional misconduct' after having his trust accounts used as like a personal bank account, thus skirting Canada's suspicious transaction reporting regime.
Mounties lay first-degree murder charge in B.C. cold case

Mounties lay first-degree murder charge in B.C. cold case

Chilliwack man Kyle Cromarty died from gunshot wounds on Oct. 4, 2018; charged with his murder is Alberta resident Harry Christensen.
'This is big business': How a cashless society is fuelling higher tips and profits

'This is big business': How a cashless society is fuelling higher tips and profits

Only 10 per cent of all transactions in Canada are now made in cash.
Tipping the scales: How much British Columbians dish out on tips, taxes and fees

Tipping the scales: How much British Columbians dish out on tips, taxes and fees

British Columbians may be dishing out as much as $144 million this year for tips on taxes.
Peak pandemic spending led to 'tip inflation' for B.C.'s service industry

Peak pandemic spending led to 'tip inflation' for B.C.'s service industry

"We are just in love with tipping in Canada and the U.S. It's a Western thing," says the president and CEO of the BC Restaurant and Foodservices Association.
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