Sorry Doesn’t Have to Be the Hardest Word: BC’s Apology Act

by Wendy Woloshyn
By Fiona Anderson. Canadians are known for saying “I’m sorry” and they usually mean it, even if, or often when, they aren’t at fault. It’s almost a reflex reaction. But at one time, saying sorry could have been taken as an admission of liability, turning Canada’s favourite pastime into an obligation to pay damages to an injured party.Read the full article