Anthony Cobus

Anthony Cobus

A.E. Cobus was a CCJC claims lawyer and handled a series of cases in Kamloops as a member the Campbell, Brazier, Fisher and McMaster firm. A barrister and solicitor employed by CBF and M since he was called to the bar in September 1948. Prior to this Cobus, between WWI and WWII service, had been a school teacher in BC.
Cobus prepared a report of property loss in the Fraser Valley for the firm to present to the Bird Commission. This report can be found here: (RG33-69 vol. 79 general exhibits 97-131) (Cobus' hearing: RG33-69 vol 77 file general evidence 1 Feb - 4 Feb, 1949)


Regularized NameAnthony Cobus


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