Jeremy Hainsworth

B.C. man loses COVID test battle with Air Canada

B.C.’s Civil Resolution Tribunal has rejected a man’s claims that Air Canada owes him a refund after the carrier refused to transport him because it allegedly misunderstood his COVID-19...

B.C. woman ordered to repay employer for 'time theft'

B.C.’s Civil Resolution Tribunal has ordered a woman to pay her Courtenay employer $2,603 for time theft and a pay advance. “Time theft in the employment context is viewed as a very serious form of...

B.C. Court of Appeal hearings go online

British Columbians will now be able to routinely watch online cases heard by B.C.’s top court. Chief Justice Robert Bauman said Jan. 10 that broadcasting appeal court cases supports the open court...

Teck ordered to pay $2.2M for Columbia River pollution

An investigation found the effluent was caused by an acidic solution leak from the company's fertilizer operations.

B.C. repair shop loses man's boat

The B.C. Civil Resolution Tribunal didn't buy the argument that Wayne Dauncey abandoned his boat to file an insurance claim

B.C. corporate executive pleads guilty to rental forgery, obstruction

A North Vancouver mining executive and financier has pleaded guilty to forgery and obstruction of justice involving his mother's residential rental company. Lenik Manuel Rodriguez, 73, did what he...

B.C.’s cold snap shatters electricity use record — again

BC Hydro usage records have been smashed twice this week by temperatures that are expected to rise for Christmas.

Dismiss COVID class-action lawsuit against Dr. Henry's orders, B.C. judge told

A government lawyer called the case an abuse of process and a waste of the court's time.

B.C. Court of Appeal dismisses challenge to COVID gathering orders

B.C.’s Court of Appeal has upheld a lower court's decision, saying the province’s COVID-19 gathering and events restrictions were constitutionally valid. “The ban on in-person gatherings for...

British Columbians' private health data not secure, says privacy commissioner

"Neither a malicious attack nor an authorized employee abusing their credentials is likely to be caught in the act"