The fight for a fair wrongful death law has generated considerable media attention in British Columbia. All major news sources, including the Vancouver Sun, the Province, CTV and CBC, have reported on the campaign, as well as local media throughout the province.

This news archive provides a history of the campaign. It demonstrates the need for a wrongful death law in BC that is just and equal—that is accessible to all British Columbians.

National Day of Remembrance of Road Crash Victims

Join us on Wednesday November 20, 2019 to help commemorate the National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims. Please help put road safety into our consciousness in the lead up to November 20th, the National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims. RoadPeace, the instigators of a day of remembrance, had a lofty goal: “A day […]

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Yes, there could be legal consequences if an unlicensed person kills someone with your car

CBC News By Bethany Lindsay Meaghan Brown, 27, was killed in a crash with a B.C. driver whose licence was revoked in 2001 Vehicle owners who knowingly allow unlicensed drivers to get behind the wheel could be held criminally and civilly liable if someone gets hurt, according to legal experts. That means there is potential for […]

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Accused murderer and wife sued by daughter of Penticton shooting victims

CBC News By Jason Proctor Both John Brittain and Katherine Brittain have denied claim they conspired to kill neighbours The daughter of a Penticton, B.C., couple who were allegedly murdered by one of their neighbours is suing both the accused killer and his wife. Sarah Young’s parents, Susan and Barry Wonch, were killed along with two other […]

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