Keith Fraser, The Vancouver Sun

Keith Fraser

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Recent:
  • The Vancouver Sun
  • The Province
Past:
  • Edmonton Sun
  • 24 hours Vancouver
  • The Montreal Gazette
  • Edmonton Journal
  • Calgary Herald

Recent articles by Keith:

B.C. court rejects appeals of Trans Mountain pipeline protesters

B.C.'s top court has rejected the appeals of two protesters who were arrested after blockading Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline. → Read More

B.C. gov't rents buildings as criminal jury trials resume after COVID-19 pause

The B.C. government has started renting buildings for criminal jury trials resuming in some communities due to physical-distancing needs. → Read More

Owner of limited edition Aston Martin ordered to pay Vancouver body shop $300,000

The owner of a limited edition Aston Martin has been ordered to pay more than $300,000 to a body shop she claimed had ripped her off → Read More

B.C. woman granted annulment of marriage due to husband being impotent

A judge granted a B.C. woman an annulment of her marriage after she proved her husband was impotent and had not consummated the marriage. → Read More

CRAB Park campers face possible criminal prosecution as judge refers case to AG

B.C.'s top trial judge wants the AG to consider possible criminal prosecutions against CRAB Park campers who violated a court injunction. → Read More

Robert Pickton speaks in court to oppose destruction of RCMP exhibits

The RCMP want to start disposing of the many thousands of exhibits seized during investigation of the serial killer. → Read More

Mother convicted of murdering baby girl claiming juror was biased

A Victoria woman who was convicted of murdering her infant daughter is claiming that a juror made gestures in the courtroom indicating bias. → Read More

Man pleads guilty to manslaughter in gruesome northern B.C. slaying

A man who had his murder conviction overturned and a new trial ordered has now pleaded guilty to the lesser offence of manslaughter. → Read More

Man who suffered serious brain injury in car accident awarded $9 million in damages

A man who suffered catastrophic head injuries in a collision on the Coquihalla Highway has been awarded more than $9 million in damages. → Read More

Operator of illegal short-term rentals in Burnaby has lawsuit thrown out of court

A man operating an illegal short-term rental business out of a home in Burnaby has had a lawsuit filed against the homeowners dismissed. → Read More

Software company sues UBC employee over tweets involving confidential videos

A software firm that help UBC instructors monitor their students during online exams is suing a UBC employee over an alleged privacy breach. → Read More

‘Strong, steady and humble’: Former top B.C. access to justice judge Lance Finch dies at age 82

Former B.C. Court of Appeal Chief Justice Lance Finch, who was known as an advocate for access to justice, has died at the age of 82. → Read More

U.S. man who has repeatedly come to Canada illegally enters guilty plea

A U.S. man who has repeatedly entered Canada illegally after being deported has run afoul of Canada's immigration laws yet again. → Read More

B.C. government wins round in court battle over $2 million money-laundering case

The B.C. Appeal Court has ordered that $2 million seized in connection with B.C.'s biggest money-laundering case be frozen pending a ruling in a forfeiture action. → Read More

B.C. government wins round in court battle over $2 million money-laundering case

The B.C. Appeal Court has ordered that $2 million seized in connection with B.C.'s biggest money-laundering case be frozen pending a ruling in a forfeiture action. → Read More

Man who ran campaign of harassment against ex-wife convicted of breach of probation

Patrick Henry Fox, who was convicted of running a revenge website against his ex-wife, has been convicted of breaching his probation. → Read More

Ide Eyes singer Tad Campbell found guilty of sexually assaulting underage girl

A member of the rock and roll band Idle Eyes, which won a Juno in the 1980s, has been convicted of sexually assaulting an underaged girl → Read More

Former student, assaulted outside school in 2009, awarded $500,000

Riley Siegerist, the victim of a revenge attack outside his Delta high school in 2009, has been awarded nearly $500 K in damages. → Read More

Trial for man accused in Marrisa Shen murder delayed until 2021

The trial of the man charged with the murder of Burnaby teen Marrisa Shen has been adjourned until sometime next year. → Read More

Pandemic ruled an 'exceptional circumstance' in Surrey trial delay case

A B.C. judge has found that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic amounts to an exceptional circumstance and should not count as trial delay. → Read More