Jeremy Hainsworth

Ex-BC Lion Josh Boden may face 15 years for murder

The former North Vancouver high school football star who was found guilty of the 2009 second-degree murder of an ex-girlfriend could spend at least 15 years in prison before being eligible for parole

Extradited man gets $100K bail on Vancouver investment fraud, theft charges

The U.K. man, who faces a total of 26 charges related to alleged events between 2010 and 2013, must abide by a 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. curfew.

Vancouver strata 'banging noises,' loud dog toys complaint dismissed

B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal has dismissed noise complaints about an upstairs neighbour's banging, thumping and dog toy noise.

B.C. civil liberties watchdog seeks online police surveillance guidance from court

The Supreme Court of Canada is being asked to outline how far police can go in watching people's online behaviour.

B.C. man who swallowed mouthwash 'moments' before failed roadside test fights prohibition

A man claiming he was improperly given a roadside driving prohibition because he had consumed mouthwash moments earlier has had his case returned to the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles for a review.

ICBC tribunal case could go to Supreme Court of Canada

The Trial Lawyers Association of BC says a recent court decision upholding the NDP government policy moving some ICBC cases to the Civil Resolution Tribunal might be appealed to the Supreme Court of...

Electric vehicle shortage as gas prices drive B.C. demand

British Columbians are willing to fight each other, wait in line or buy out of province in order to get their hands on an electric vehicle.

B.C. strata tenant wins bid to keep three emotional support cats

A B.C. woman can keep her three emotional support cats as recommended by her doctor, B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal says

'Everyone has good reason to be concerned' about facial-recognition technology

Facial-recognition technology surveillance no-go zones should include peaceful assemblies and public spaces like streets, transit hubs and schools, says the head of the BC Freedom of Information and...