Court orders new trial for former B.C. fire chief accused of sexual assault

VANCOUVER - The British Columbia Court of Appeal has ordered a new trial on sexual assault charges for a former fire chief of a small town in central B.C., ruling that the actions of the trial judge could be perceived as being unfair.

The former chief of the Fort St. James Fire Department was charged with three counts of sexual assault relating to three female volunteers with the department.

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