David Peters claimed $4,300 for mental distress and being unable to fulfil a business contract.
'Fraudsters and identity thieves don’t take time off for the holidays.'
One Vancouver Central Homestay owner alleges the other, a paralegal, has admitted to a gambling addiction
The B.C. Supreme Court award includes $2.9M for loss of earning capacity
'The first time I walked with the exoskeleton was a jaw-dropping experience.'
The mink farmers claim the ban was for 'political, social and public opinion or an otherwise improper purpose.'
John Horgan's snap 2020 election call didn't violate law, B.C.'s Court of Appeal has ruled
'There is more to do, and government won't stop working until we turn this crisis around,' says the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions
B.C. court sheriffs and support staff report a lack of workers, leaving them overworked, mentally taxed and without new people to fill rank
Lawyers struggling with mental health issues are facing fatigue and burnout