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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. pet adoption service ordered to pay chihuahua's medical bills

B.C. pet adoption service ordered to pay chihuahua's medical bills

B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal said pets provide a psychological benefit and awarded the owner $500 for mental distress.
Former B.C. football player facing charges of robbery, weapons and assault

Former B.C. football player facing charges of robbery, weapons and assault

Terry Houngbo-Gody played with the B.C. Football Conference's Westshore Rebels.
Woman who allegedly impersonated B.C. nurse may return to Vancouver for trial

Woman who allegedly impersonated B.C. nurse may return to Vancouver for trial

A woman already convicted of posing as a nurse at Ottawa medical and dental clinics may return to B.C., where it's alleged she posed as a nurse at BC Women's Hospital for a year.
Two B.C nurses reprimanded for narcotics use

Two B.C nurses reprimanded for narcotics use

Both nurses diverted narcotics for their own use and one was impaired at work.
B.C. Indigenous mom separated from kids awarded $150K in human rights decision

B.C. Indigenous mom separated from kids awarded $150K in human rights decision

"It's a very stark and disturbing examination of what Indigenous mothers face in the child welfare system."
B.C. man loses $385,000 bid for strata noise compensation

B.C. man loses $385,000 bid for strata noise compensation

A B.C. man and his wife tried earplugs and noise-cancelling machines to try and block out noise from an electrical transformer.
B.C. man involved in Afghan pop star's death to plead guilty to harassment

B.C. man involved in Afghan pop star's death to plead guilty to harassment

Nasrat Parsa died from a brain injury after being punched in the face and falling down a flight of stairs.
True Crime Canada:  The case of Allan Dwayne Schoenborn

True Crime Canada: The case of Allan Dwayne Schoenborn

Tragically, there had been multiple warnings that all was not well with Schoenborn before the murders. Warning: This story contains details that may be distressing to some readers.
Judge finds B.C. pastor 'liable' for hosting COVID gatherings

Judge finds B.C. pastor 'liable' for hosting COVID gatherings

The judge did not enter a conviction against the Chilliwack pastor.
16 female workers at BC Ferries file human rights complaint

16 female workers at BC Ferries file human rights complaint

The group says they feel different, unwelcome, humiliated and unsafe in the workplace.
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