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WATCH: Coquitlam property owners ordered to pay over $100K as per Supreme Court order

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 01 Oct, 2020
  • WATCH: Coquitlam property owners ordered to pay over $100K as per Supreme Court order

WATCH: Shocking Story: Owners of a Coquitlam Condo was ordered by a BC Supreme Court Judge to Pay upwards of $100K each for a total of whopping $5.1 Million Dollars in repairs.

American Man who Sailed to Crescent beach, crossing border illegally for a rendezvous with Canadian girlfriend was caught, fined and deported by Canadian border police.

 

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