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Jeremy Hainsworth

Jeremy Hainsworth

Jeremy came to Canada from the U.K. in 1971. He has worked across the media landscape from small-town B.C. newspapers to Vancouver’s big dailies and at The Calgary Herald as senior crime reporter. He has worked with The Canadian Press, Reuters and The Associated Press newswire services and was a Bloomberg News divisional foreign correspondent. A specialist in criminal/legal issues, Jeremy has been a frequent radio and TV news commentator.

Recent Work by Jeremy

B.C. cannabis firm sues transporter for $834K after U.S. border seizure

B.C. cannabis firm sues transporter for $834K after U.S. border seizure

About 151,300 grams of cannabis products and paraphernalia were seized despite a contract in which two companies allege they told the shipper not to enter the United States.
Using N-word enough for Telus to fire worker, arbitrator rules

Using N-word enough for Telus to fire worker, arbitrator rules

A witness testified he was "utterly shocked and disgusted" by what he heard from the instructor.
Decision pending in B.C. nurse's J.K. Rowling billboard case

Decision pending in B.C. nurse's J.K. Rowling billboard case

In 2020, nurse Amy Hamm co-sponsored a Vancouver billboard saying 'I Love JK Rowling.'
11 B.C. health occupations combined into two regulators

11 B.C. health occupations combined into two regulators

Two ministerial orders have created the College of Complementary Health Professionals of British Columbia and the College of Health and Care Professionals of British Columbia.
Woman sues Victoria Golf Club, saying ball flew through car window and hit her face

Woman sues Victoria Golf Club, saying ball flew through car window and hit her face

Evelyn Mohr claims she was driving by the Victoria Golf Club in Oak Bay when she was struck by a golf ball that came through her open car window.
Airline sues for alleged engine damages by jet bridge at YVR

Airline sues for alleged engine damages by jet bridge at YVR

British Airways alleges company operating jet bridge responsible for damages to Boeing 777 engine.
Dead woman's estate must pay UBC $594K for wage fraud

Dead woman's estate must pay UBC $594K for wage fraud

Wanda Barbara Moscipan gave herself wage increases and merit pay by forging supervisors' signatures.
Canadian airline ordered to pay $1,870 in negligence damages

Canadian airline ordered to pay $1,870 in negligence damages

Three people were stranded in Aruba after their itinerary was changed.
B.C. court awards lawyer $400K against Beijing-Richmond immigration firm

B.C. court awards lawyer $400K against Beijing-Richmond immigration firm

A Beijing-based immigration firm forged a Canadian lawyer's name on 25 immigration applications
Press freedom breach alleged in B.C. reporter's arrest

Press freedom breach alleged in B.C. reporter's arrest

A photojournalist and a B.C. media outlet are suing the federal government and RCMP alleging wrongful arrest and freedom of press breaches. In a notice of civil claim filed in B.C. Supreme Court on Feb.
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