Law Reform

John Horgan, Premier of BC & Chief Virtue Signaller in Charge, Silent on Wrongful Death

John Horgan the Premier of BC is the Chief Virtue Signaller in charge.

He likes to grandstand and race hustle on social issues where he gets people fired up, but doesn’t actually have to do any work.

He has been completely silent on BC’s biggest human rights crisis and most discriminatory piece of legislation on the books – our antiquated wrongful death laws.

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BC Road Safety Recommendations

A Strategic Approach to Road Safety – How to Shore Up ICBC Financially by Focusing on Root Cause Prevention

What we present here is an alternative to the proposed No-Fault insurance scheme announced in February 2020. An approach focused on root cause prevention of accidents would be a win-win for the government and the province. The No-Fault is a win for the government, and a huge loss for the victims of motor vehicle accidents.

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No-Fault May be the Most Discriminatory Piece of Legislation Ever Proposed in BC… And it’s Back Again!

British Columbians have amnesia… We fought and beat the the most discriminatory piece of proposed legislation against victim rights in BC history, the No-Fault ICBC Motor Vehicle Insurance Legislation, 23 years ago. Now it’s back, disguised under the Orwellian “doublespeak” name: “Enhanced Care Coverage”. 207 non-profit coalition organizations were against No-Fault back when the fight started in 1996…

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Our Letter to Attorney General David Eby

The BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society has sent a letter to Attorney General David Eby on March 9, 2020, with legislative recommendations to modernize our antiquated 174 year old wrongful death legislation. BC is presently the last of all the provinces, including the Yukon, yet to modernize its legislation, to ensure that all lives have value, dignity, and legislative protection under the law.

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