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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

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.
Port Alberni nurse banned five years after sex assault convictions

Port Alberni nurse banned five years after sex assault convictions

"The inquiry committee found that the most severe outcome was necessary to ensure that public safety was not compromised."
B.C. teacher suspended for throwing things at students

B.C. teacher suspended for throwing things at students

Justin Ray Arnesto told the student that reporting an incident would "not make any difference" because the principal "will take my side over your side."
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 rejects $1,500 COVID ticket appeal

B.C. court rejects $1,500 COVID ticket appeal

Nithya Geetapriya Ananda was fined $5,750, a penalty later reduced to $1,500.
B.C. man wins $4,600 heat pump dispute after rebates fail to materialize

B.C. man wins $4,600 heat pump dispute after rebates fail to materialize

Company offered to replace first heat pump with a rebate-eligible one for a further $4,500.
B.C. courthouse security company let go after lawyer attack

B.C. courthouse security company let go after lawyer attack

Vancouver's Downtown Eastside courthouse has sheriffs, in-house security and private security.
B.C. judge upholds $96K in fishery fines

B.C. judge upholds $96K in fishery fines

Two men and a fishing company were fined for salmon fishery offences around Haida Gwaii.
B.C. lawsuits allege lithium batteries became rockets in fatal fire

B.C. lawsuits allege lithium batteries became rockets in fatal fire

"Jets of flaming gas venting from the tops of cells in the e-bike battery turned each into a tiny, unguided metal rocket."
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