RCMP: Employee theft now a civil matter

On Monday, July 11, 2022, Jason Tarnow spoke with Kevin Charach of CTV news regarding the theft of nearly $220,000 by an employee of a local Richmond BC business.      Despite the former employee confessing, and entering into a repayment agreement through...

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Life after a Life Sentence

In May of 2022, the Supreme Court of Canada determined that stacking parole ineligibility for multiple murders is unconstitutional under Canadian law. In 2011, Stephen Harper’s government passed legislation relating to sentencing provisions in the Criminal Code that...

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In it for the long haul: COVID-19 & your IRP

A Vancouver man suffering from long haul COVID-19 symptoms was successful in the judicial review of his 90-day Immediate Roadside Prohibition (“IRP”) after arguing that the Adjudicator breached his right to procedural fairness in his original review to RoadSafety BC....

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