Keith Fraser, The Vancouver Sun

Keith Fraser

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Recent articles by Keith:

B.C. Health Minister addresses allegations of racism in the provincial health care system

Staff in an emergency department or emergency departments allegedly played a game to guess the blood alcohol level of Indigenous patients. → Read More

Detention of former gang associate in special unit at Kent prison declared unlawful by judge

The detention of a former associate of the UN gang in a special unit at Kent maximum-security prison has been declared unlawful by a judge. → Read More

Provincial court announces reopening of courtrooms and resumption of trials

The provincial court, which hears most court cases in B.C., has announced a schedule to reopen courtrooms and resume trials. → Read More

Dozen drug charges stayed for man linked to three overdoses and drug seizure

After three days of trial, the Crown stayed charges against a man whose arrest was linked to three suspected overdoses and a drug seizure. → Read More

Victoria officer seeks to quash public hearing into sexual-misconduct allegations

A Victoria cop facing sexual misconduct allegations has filed court documents seeking to quash a public hearing ordered into his actions. → Read More

Huge fire engulfs Coquitlam home

Dozens of firefighters battled a large house fire Monday in Coquitlam to prevent the blaze from spreading to the neighbouring forest. → Read More

COVID-19: B.C.'s top trial court expands teleconferencing hearings during pandemic

After the suspension of regular court proceedings due to COVID-19, the B.C. Supreme Court is expanding some of its operations. → Read More

Community paramedics in B.C. expand 'virtual' assistance to rural patients

A program that sees paramedics help patients connect with their doctors in remote areas of B.C. has been expanded due to COVID-19. → Read More

Telus seeks court order for 'virtual' AGM out of coronavirus concerns

After the coronavirus pandemic, Telus is planning to hold a "virtual" AGM in May, and wants court approval for the move. → Read More

Crown directs stay of proceedings for man accused of killing homeless man

Following the evidence of a key witness, the Crown directed a stay of proceedings for a man accused of killing a man in a homeless camp in Burnaby. → Read More

Plaintiff seeks B.C. record $2.4 million in damages in sex-assault case involving priest

Rosemary Anderson, who claims she was repeatedly sexually abused by a priest in Kamloops more than 40 years ago, wants more than $2.4 million in damages. → Read More

Convicted fraudster who helped stage Vancouver kidnapping gets four years

A convicted fraudster helped stage a Downtown Vancouver kidnapping in a case of "violence, terror and greed," according to a judge. → Read More

Lawsuit filed by disgraced B.C. lawyer Martin Chambers thrown out of court

Disgraced former lawyer Martin Chambers, who spent nearly 13 years in prison in the U.S. for money-laundering, has had a lawsuit involving a property dispute on Vancouver Island thrown out of court. → Read More

Class-action suit filed against ICBC over $900 million 'illegal' scheme

A proposed class action lawsuit alleges that ICBC has been diverting hundreds of millions illegally over a period of decades. → Read More

Man allegedly shot by police beanbag guns, kicked in face sues Vancouver police

Harpal Gill claims he was "brutally assaulted and battered" when police fired beanbag guns at him while he was a taxi passenger in downtown Vancouver → Read More

Man who participated in fatal Vancouver shooting gets seven years in jail

A man who participated in a drug-related fatal shooting at a Vancouver apartment has received a seven-year jail term. → Read More

Man who beat 87-year-old Vancouver woman to death gets 18 years

Nicholas Dwayne Wallace, 24, has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for the November 2018 slaying of Elizabeth Mary Poulin. → Read More

LifeLabs sues privacy commissioner over report on cyberattack

Lab-testing company hit by cyberattack wants to block B.C.'s information and privacy commissioner from getting a report into incident. → Read More

'I want good things for them,' sister of Vancouver slaying victim says of two killers

The sister of Christopher Kwik, who was shot to death in a Vancouver apartment in 2016, hopes the killers of her brother can turn their lives around. → Read More

LifeLabs challenges tribunal over jurisdiction in cyber attack complaint

LifeLabs, which was targeted in a cyber attack last year, wants the B.C. Supreme Court to hear the case of an alleged victim, not a tribunal. → Read More