WestJet credits for cancelled flights, lost luggage and other issues aren't like prepaid gift cards and can expire, states a recent ruling from the B.C. Court of Appeal
A man accused of assaulting a CBC reporter at a Vancouver pro-Trump rally on the day of the U.S. Capitol insurrection intends to plead guilty to the charge
A woman who pleaded guilty to throwing orange paint on a Catholic church has been given a conditional discharge and a $1,250 fine.
B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal has ruled a strata council cannot collect a bylaw fine from an owner renting out a unit unless both the tenant and owner have been notified of an alleged bylaw breach.
B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal says an EV owner living in a strata complex can't plug his car into a parkade outlet as part of his use of common property
Zoomer the turtle had been at Science World for more than 20 years. Court heard William Edward Richardson "believed the cage was too small."
Two Canadian lawyers suggest that if an avatar is an extension of a person, then an abuse toward the avatar is an abuse toward the person.
A man who alleges he was sexually abused by Mission Roman Catholic priests and a seminary employee wants that employee to appear for discovery.