Furlong challenged to prove he can pay legal cases if loses libel case

By Duncan Mackay

John Furlong has denied allegations by journalist Laura Robinson that he physically and verbally abused former students ©Toronto Star via Getty ImagesDecember 9 - Former Vancouver 2010 President and chief executive John Furlong should have to put up $100,000 (£61,000/€73,000) surety to prove he can pay legal costs if he loses a case alleging that he physically and verbally abused British Columbia students more than 40 years ago, a freelance journalist has asked a judge in Canada.