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B.C. Appeal Court turns sticky-fingered bookkeeper's house arrest into jail time

Prosecutors didn't explicitly link the bankruptcy of the Errington mill to the fraud perpetrated by the company's former bookkeeper.But when Renee Patricia Merkel was sentenced, her...

Court injunction in Coastal GasLink conflict sidesteps deeper legal issues, critics say

In a video of the moments before RCMP officers arrested protesters at a blockade of a Coastal GasLink pipeline construction site in northern British Columbia last...

Lone Black employee in 300-person department claims discrimination against City of Vancouver

The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has given the go-ahead for the lone employee in a department of 300 people to proceed with a racial discrimination...

New Westminster police officer accused of making unwanted sexual advances

A New Westminster police officer accused of making unwanted advances against female employees is suing the department's chief constable for what he claims is an...

Lawyer for whistle-blower claims anti-money laundering inquiry's integrity at stake

The lawyer for a whistle-blower who sparked a commission into money laundering in British Columbia claims that unfounded criticism of his client threatens to undermine...

Crown wanted plea deal in Whistler bear feeding case to avoid 'controversy' over killings

There are many reasons the Crown might prefer a plea deal over a trial: sparing the court time and money; saving prosecutors from proving a...

B.C. judge urged to spare animal's life amid debate over dog whisperer's technique

A Victoria woman fighting to save the life of her friend's dog urged a provincial court judge Tuesday to look past a contentious debate over methods...

Victim in B.C. case of dog on death row claims he was threatened by animal's supporter

A man bitten by a dog that the City of Victoria is now seeking to destroy says a friend of the animal's original owner threatened...

Battle over Bronx: 2nd assessment of condemned canine ordered after insistent rooster's interference

The complicated case of a condemned B.C. canine took yet another unexpected twist Thursday after interference from an insistent rooster and an excited German shepherd scuttled...

B.C. victims seek justice after voyeur fled Canada before sentencing

Michael Gordon Lowry robbed Leah Brown of her privacy in a way that makes the Campbell River, B.C., woman shudder when she thinks about it: by...

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