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Practical information on your legal responsibilities as a pet owner. Topics include taking care of pets at home, pets in public, and who can be held liable for dog attacks.
View website from People's Law School


Practical, step-by-step information for dealing with problems involving neighbours. Topics include problems involving fences, trees, odours, noise, untidy premises, and parking. Also: tips for talking with your ...
View website from People's Law School


This site provides up-to-date information about legal questions related to COVID-19 situation. In this section, find out about issues related to employment and support for employees and employers.
View website from Justice Education Society of BC


This policy guidance from BC’s Human Rights Commissioner Kasari Govender details how mask-wearing requirements must accommodate people with disabilities or medical conditions that prevent them from using of non-medical ...
View PDF from BC’s Office of the Human Rights Commissioner


This site provides up-to-date information about legal questions related to COVID-19 situation. In this section, learn what non-financial supports are available in BC to keep you safe and assist with mental wellness.
View website from Justice Education Society of BC


Provides updates to residential tenancies that impact landlords and renters due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
View website from BC Residential Tenancy Branch


Tips to help you prepare to attend a remote Provincial Court proceeding.
View website from Legal Aid BC


A review of some early Canadian court decisions about parenting time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
View website from Legal Aid BC


Links to all pages related to children and COVID-19 on the site, plus links to other resources.
View website from Legal Aid BC


Video for people who want to leave an abusive partner, and a description of how to get a protection order during COVID-19.
Watch video from Legal Aid BC