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CBC Footage: City Sues Zoro Holdings
Friday, 16 December 2011

According to the lead story on the CBC Evening News [December 16, 2011] the Mehta family and Zoro Holdings Ltd, their notorious residential tenement holding company, are "facing legal action" from the City of Vancouver for the ongoing failure to comply with city ordinances related to safety, health and upkeep of rental properties.

Further, an arrest warrant has been issued for Reggie Mehta for failure to comply with court orders for damages arising from a whole host of complaints ranging from black mold and bed bug infestations to inadequate heat and building and fire code violations. These shenanigans have been going on for decades, as victims -- er -- tenants past and present know only too well.

Click the app below to watch the CBC video clip in its entirety.

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Bench Warrent Issued for Arrest of Reggie Mehta

The Mehta's are back in the news again. This time the slumlords were featured on the CBC Radio program "DayBreak North" [December 12, 2011] in connection with a fire that gutted a Mehta-owned property in Prince George called Victoria Towers. Like an episode of "Where in the World is Reggie Mehta" the news clip, streamed below for your enjoyment, chronicles efforts of intrepid CBC reporters, displaced tenants, and even the Sheriff's office in Vancouver to locate one particular slumlord on the lam. That's right, a warrant for the arrest of Reggie Mehta has been issued as a result of a completely unrelated tenant complaint. If you know where little Reginald is, be sure to alert the Sheriff's office or call 911 immediately.

Play the audio clip below to hear all.

The following links to the CBC website contain background on the Victoria Towers fire in Prince George:

Victim shows off damage to Victoria Towers

Interview with CBC researcher