Election fraud means B.C. mayor ‘wrongfully hired’

Could have implications for provincial politics
|Canadian Employment Law Today

A recent decision concerning an election in the little town of McBride, B.C., amounts to a “wrongful hiring” case magnified triple time.

The British Columbia Supreme Court has pushed the incumbent mayor out of office on the argument that he won more than three times the votes of his opponent, the former mayor, by fraudulent means.

What seems to have happened more precisely is that Mike Frazier seized an opportunity of misrepresentation created by other people.