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Nine unauthorized Vancouver pot shops ordered to shut down

Vancouver - The City of Vancouver says nine illegal marijuana dispensaries must close down while they wait for the outcome of a legal challenge at the B.C. Court of Appeal.

Victory for First Nations — BC Court rules on No. Gateway Project

Vancouver - First Nations were the victors in a major battle against Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline carried out in the B.C. Supreme Court on Wednesday. The court ruled that First Nations had not been adequately consulted.

Op-Ed: B.C. Court allows Trinity Western's discriminatory law school

The Supreme Court of B.C. produced what many Canadians will find to be an objectionable ruling on Trinity Western University's proposed law school. On Thursday the court said it can exist despite discriminatory admissions policies.

B.C. court hands down judgement in favor of Abbotsford homeless

Abbotsford - Abbotsford, B.C.'s bylaws prohibiting the homeless from setting up temporary shelters and sleeping on city property have been struck down by the provincial Supreme Court.

Family drama exposes security hole for corporate identity theft Special

Vancouver - Can anyone with the right password hack into the Corporate Registry and erase you from your own company? A War of the Roses unfolding in Vancouver reveals there's no government protection against corporate identity theft or predatory lawyers.

Air Canada loses constitutional challenge to class action Special

Vancouver - A BC Supreme Court judge dismissed yesterday Air Canada’s claim that provincial consumer law is inapplicable to Air Canada as a federally regulated undertaking. Other airlines are also affected by the decision in the fuel surcharge class action.

Air Canada Claims Immunity From BC Consumer Law In Class Action Special

Vancouver - Airline blames $500m class action lawsuit on travel agents. Air Canada’s constitutional challenge to the B.C. Business Practices & Consumer Protection Act (BPCPA) was heard at the Supreme Court of British Columbia May 9-11 by Madam Justice Adair.
 

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