By Duncan Mackay
December 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.
By Emily GoddardOctober 29 - John Furlong, former President and chief executive of Vancouver 2010, has today spoken out against the "horrible, heartless lies and innuendo" said about him and insisted he is innocent.
By Duncan MackaySeptember 23 - John Furlong, former President and chief executive of Vancouver 2010, today formally denied sexual abuse allegations from two former students who have filed lawsuits against him.
By Duncan MackayJuly 24 - A lawsuit filed against the former President and chief exeuctive of Vancouver 2010 claims John Furlong sexually molested a female student a dozen times when he was a teacher decades ago in Burns Lake, British Columbia.
By Duncan MackayApril 13 - The wife of John Furlong, the former chief executive and President of Vancouver 2010, has been killed in a car crash in Ireland.
By Duncan MackayJanuary 23 - John Furlong's family have moved to defend the former President and chief executive of Vancouver 2010 after he was accused of physically abusing his first wife and raping a common law partner.
By Duncan MackayJanuary 22 - Former Vancouver 2010 President and chief executive John Furlong physically abused his first wife and raped a common-law partner, according to new allegations contained in documents filed at the British Columbia Supreme Court.
By Duncan MackayJanuary 15 - Three defendants being sued by former Vancouver 2010 President and chief executive John Furlong over an article accusing him of abusing students more than 40 years ago have filed their defence to a court in British Columbia.
By Duncan MackayNovember 28 - Former Vancouver 2010 President and chief executive John Furlong has launched legal proceedings against the newspaper and reporter who claimed that he abused native students while a volunteer teacher more than 40 years ago, his lawyer has announced.
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