Keith Fraser, The Vancouver Sun

Keith Fraser

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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

Recent articles by Keith:

Guests injured when deck collapsed at Langley wedding party file lawsuits

More than a dozen guests who were injured when a deck collapsed during a wedding party in Langley in April have filed lawsuits seeking damages. → Read More

Catholic diocese admits liability in sex assault case involving Kamloops priest

A lawyer for the corporate entity that is the Roman Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Kamloops admits that his client is vicariously liable for sex assaults committed by a priest more than 40 years ago. → Read More

'I prayed for God to stop him': Woman describes alleged sex assault by priest

Rosemary Anderson testified Tuesday about a series of sexual assaults she claims she suffered at the hands of a Catholic priest 40 years ago. → Read More

Bishop described priest accused of sex assaults as being a "playboy": lawyer

Then-Bishop Adam Exner described a priest accused of sex assault as being promiscuous and a "playboy" in connection with events more than 40 years ago, a Vancouver civil trial heard Monday. → Read More

Battle over famed architect Bing Thom's former company heading to court

Two lawsuits involving the future of Bing Thom's former company are headed to court. The famed architect died in 2016. → Read More

Man who choked and assaulted sex worker in Vancouver park gets 4 1/2 years

"She was made to kneel down and 'pray to her God' while Mr. Razak told her that he could kill her or have her killed," noted B.C. Supreme Court Justice Shelley Fitzpatrick in her sentencing ruling. → Read More

Surveillance video of accused Marpole double-murderer released to media

After an application by several media outlets, a judge has released video that the Crown says helps implicate a man charged with murdering a Vancouver couple. → Read More

Surveillance video allegedly capturing accused double-murderer shown in court

Close-circuit television footage of a man at a local Canadian Tire store who the Crown alleges was the accused in a double murder was played in court Monday. → Read More

Vancouver property owner suing city over $30,000 empty home tax

Dr. Abdorrahim Dahi, a Vancouver property owner, claims that the city erroneously slapped him with a $30,000 vacancy tax bill when the property in question was being demolished and rebuilt. → Read More

'Nothing really out of the ordinary,' roommate describes accused Marpole killer

A man who lived in the same house as a man charged with the apparent random murders of a Marpole couple says he saw nothing out of the ordinary in the behaviour of the accused. → Read More

Andrew Berry guilty of second-degree murder in Christmas slaying of two daughters

The trial began in April with 14 jurors but two of them were excused during the proceedings, leaving nine men and three women to decide the case. → Read More

Man who allegedly murdered Marpole couple wanted to kill 'someone': Crown

'The Crown has no evidence of any relationship or connection between Mr. Kam and either victim … There is no evidence as to when or why Mr. Kam targeted Mr. Jones' → Read More

Telus sues former senior manager who allegedly misappropriated $180,000

Telus is suing a former marketing manager for damages after the employee allegedly misappropriated $180,000 for personal use. → Read More

RCMP defend removal of Sikh man's turban at Surrey detachment

The RCMP say they were just doing their duty when they asked a Sikh man to remove his turban while he was being held in custody at the Surrey detachment. → Read More

B.C. man acquitted of sexual assault of girlfriend after 'sexsomnia' defence

The accused argued that he suffered from a disorder wherein he was asleep and unaware of having sex with his girlfriend during her alleged sexual assault. → Read More

'You denied your daughters their childhood.' Judge sentences elderly B.C. man in sex-abuse case

The judge found that due to the nature of the sexual abuse against his two daughters, that if the dad had been 60 years of age instead of 86, he would have sentenced him to 15-20 years in prison instead of 10 years. → Read More

Defence urges jury to accept Berry's claim that he didn't kill his daughters

The defence attorney asks the jury to consider that what has been presented in court is purely circumstantial → Read More

Vancouver woman sets record at prestigious French long-distance cycling event

Deirdre Arscott, a retired Vancouver city hall worker, has now cycled the gruelling 1,200 kilometre Paris-Brest-Paris event nine times → Read More

Video captures fatal shooting at Downtown Eastside hotel: Crown

Surveillance video of a man being shot in the hallway of a downtown eastside hotel is expected to be played at a criminal trial that has opened in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver. → Read More

B.C. teen sues parents over allegations of physical and sexual abuse

The girl claims that she was subjected to repeated physical and sexual abuse at the hands of her father and that her mother knew about it and did not report the abuse. → Read More