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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. nurse suspended for 'significant history' of taking patients' narcotics

B.C. nurse suspended for 'significant history' of taking patients' narcotics

The nurse disclosed the problem after being notified of an employer investigation into medication tampering.
ICBC stands firm on Flying Spaghetti Monster pirate, colander hats

ICBC stands firm on Flying Spaghetti Monster pirate, colander hats

Dread Pyrate Higgs (also known as Gary Smith of Grand Forks) has been issued a driver's licence without his Pastafarian head covering in the photo. He says it was done "under duress."
B.C. Indigenous child agency appeals mom's $150K separation award

B.C. Indigenous child agency appeals mom's $150K separation award

The Vancouver Aboriginal Child and Family Services Society says the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal overstepped its jurisdiction.
No $2,500 refund for dead cat, B.C. tribunal rules

No $2,500 refund for dead cat, B.C. tribunal rules

Susan Ellis went to the Civil Resolution Tribunal to either get a refund or her vet bills covered.
'Thought this was fixed': Vancouver passport lines remain hours long

'Thought this was fixed': Vancouver passport lines remain hours long

The government promised fixes in 2022, including triage measures.
'Thought this was fixed': Vancouver passport lines remain hours long

'Thought this was fixed': Vancouver passport lines remain hours long

The government promised fixes in 2022, including triage measures.
Woman charged with second Vancouver stranger attack

Woman charged with second Vancouver stranger attack

A Tim Hortons in a Vancouver neighbourhood was the scene of the latest stranger attack.
Repeal B.C.'s freedom of information application fee, says commissioner

Repeal B.C.'s freedom of information application fee, says commissioner

Political parties and journalists use the system to hold government accountable.
Repeal B.C.'s freedom of information application fee, says commissioner

Repeal B.C.'s freedom of information application fee, says commissioner

Political parties and journalists use the system to hold government accountable.
College, SkyTrain, UBC bathroom flasher pleads guilty

College, SkyTrain, UBC bathroom flasher pleads guilty

Christopher Kumar Ram has pleaded guilty to indecent exposure charges.
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