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Global News: Keeping up the pressure to change law around wrongful deaths

For years, some B.C.families who’ve lost loved ones in wrongful deaths have been calling for change — demanding the provincial government alter the laws that prevent them from seeking accountability.

As Paul Johnson reports, they’re still keeping up the pressure — despite no sign that their pleas will be answered anytime soon.

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Ici Radio Canada: Grieving families seek compensation after wrongful loss of loved one

About 50 people marched in Vancouver on Saturday to demand compensation after the loss of a family member.

They are asking the Premier of British Columbia, David Eby, to modernize the law called the Family Compensation Act, which governs compensation after a death deemed wrongful.

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Hamyaari Media: The need for support for families affected by wrongful death legislation in British Columbia

A law that many British Columbians are not aware of, and according to which if a person dies in our province due to the negligence of another, if the deceased person is not the breadwinner of the family, his family has no right to sue the guilty person or organization.

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Press Release: 2nd Annual Mothers for Justice Memorial Walk on May 13, 2023

Our upcoming 2ND ANNUAL MOTHERS FOR JUSTICE MEMORIAL WALK will be held on Saturday, May 13th at 1PM.

We will have the surviving families of the wrongfully killed speak and then be led by bagpiper, Rich Nichol, to Premier Eby’s constituency office, where we will place upon his office window the photos of our wrongfully killed loved ones with roses laid beneath them.

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