Darren Scott Young, 47, a former inspector with the BC Gaming Policy Enforcement Branch (GPEB), is before Judge Ellen Gordon after pleading guilty to knowingly inducing, aiding or abetting or attempting to induce, aid, abet or counsel Phillip Hall, Cindy Krasner, Barbara Anderson Heads, Mark Cloudier, Melvyn Snow, John Snow, Craig MacPherson and Patricia Jarvis to employ foreign nationals not authorized to work.

Court documents say the situations are an offence under the federal Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA).

Crown prosecutor Nicholas Elson asked Gordon to sentence Young to six months’ incarceration and 12 months’ probation while defence lawyer Tom Doust is seeking a conditional discharge.

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