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B.C. dad faces uphill battle in fight to allow children to ride bus unsupervised

Friday, September 15, 2017 @ 10:57 AM | By Terry Davidson

A British Columbia father crowdfunding to fight a provincial order forbidding him from letting his young kids ride public transit alone has eclipsed his monetary goal, and may have a chance of winning if his case gets as far as the province’s highest court, said a lawyer.

Wade MacGregor, Heartland Law LLPWade MacGregor, a litigator with Heartland Law LLP who recently represented a parent ordered not to leave her 8-year-old alone at home after school, says Adrian Crook could taste victory if his case ends up...