B.C.'s Residential Tenancy Branch determined they lived in squalid conditions and faced serious health risks, but for two years Wolsey ignored court dates, refused service of documents and made no effort to pay the debt.
Then in September, he turned himself in after ten civil warrants were issued for his arrest. On Monday morning he's expected to appear in court to pay up.
In 2008, CBC News exposed Wolsey for forcing tenants to fill prescriptions at his pharmacy or be evicted.