Two Twitch streamers from U.S. sue Courtenay man over alleged harassment

Kaitlyn Brown, who works and earns income as a professional "streamer," says that William Robert Girdlestone has targeted her since at least 2017 using various email addresses and pseudonyms.

Controversial former social worker named in second class action suit

A former social worker facing criminal charges has been named as a defendant in a second class action lawsuit involving foster children.

B.C. patient sues doctor over drug she claims caused compulsive gambling

Jenifer Purchas says that on Nov. 4, 2019, Dr. Stephen Ayotunde Ogunremi prescribed the antipsychotic drug Abilify for her

Lawsuit alleges Revelstoke councillor sexually abused girl in 2014

Councillor is being accused of sexually abusing a 15-year-old, according to a lawsuit filed in B.C. Supreme Court.

‘Total lack of consideration’ for Meng Wanzhou’s rights: extradition expert

Defence case a ‘multi-faceted attack’ on conduct of the extradition proceedings and involves what’s allegedly an unlawful collaboration between Canadians and the Americans to circumvent the Huawei executive’s Charter rights, says Joven Narwal

Crown seeks jail term for Idle Eyes singer Tad Campbell

The offence occurred when the victim was between nine and 11 years old and living with her family in Tsawwassen.

Class action lawsuit certified against WestJet over cancelled flights and other issues

The company claimed that the hard credits were a return policy and goodwill customer service gesture akin to the store credit for a retail purchase.

B.C. courts require lawyers to give more “inclusive” introductions

The changes will avoid lawyers having to raise the issue only after incorrect titles or pronouns are used, and supports a shift in professional practice toward asking all people how they should be respectfully addressed.

Man who shot girlfriend in face with child nearby gets 11 years in prison

At the time of the shooting, the couple were living apart and the accused was under a court order restricting his access to his partner and the child

Huawei executive Meng’s lawyer concerned about ex-Mountie’s refusal to testify

‘There may be any number of consequences,’ says Richard Peck, attorney for Meng Wanzhou, during B.C. Supreme Court hearing