Yet another investigation has uncovered concerns about a retired Vancouver psychologist’s work in child custody battles, including allegations he used “nonsensical” assumptions to dismiss a mother’s fears of violence by her ex. The latest probe into Allan Posthuma wrapped up last month, when the College of Psychologists of B.C.’s inquiry
It’s a little sweet, a little sour and, as it turns out, sometimes a bit too boozy. It’s the latter that has the B.C. Centre for Disease Control researching kombucha products in the marketplace. The popular fermented drink often contains traces of alcohol resulting from its production process, but various conditions can
Update: On Tuesday, Pellech informed CBC News the money had finally been returned. A senior from Sparwood, B.C., says PayPal, a money transfer company, won’t release her deceased husband’s account despite months of promises. When 73-year-old Wendy Pellech’s husband died nine months ago, she began to cancel all his online accounts, including
Defence lawyers for Meng Wanzhou claim the Huawei executive was “tricked” into volunteering information about herself and her company when border officers detained her at Vancouver’s airport in December 2018. Meng’s legal team accused Canadian authorities Wednesday of manipulating details and leaving out crucial facts about the 47-year-old’s arrest in an
Jody Wilson-Raybould, who was kicked out of the Liberal party caucus in the fallout to the SNC-Lavalin affair, said she was “extremely disappointed” after seeing a photo of Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau dressed in brownface. The photo, published Wednesday in Time Magazine, shows Trudeau dressed up in brownface and a turban in
Police are investigating a confrontation caught on video in a Richmond, B.C., parking lot Friday afternoon that saw a woman yell racial slurs at a family over a parking dispute. The video, which initially circulated on the social media platform WeChat, shows two cars parked with their front bumpers touching outside
Lawyers for Meng Wanzhou claim she was the target of a “covert criminal investigation” designed by Canadian and U.S. authorities to illegally detain and search the Huawei executive when she landed in Vancouver in December 2018. The allegation is fleshed out in hundreds of pages of documents filed in B.C.