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The mission of the Attorney General is to administer justice, deliver public safety services and programs, lead emergency management and provide legal advice to Government.

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You can report a crime in person, over the telephone and, in some communities, over the Internet (online). It can also be done anonymously. Choose the method that best suits your situation and makes you feel most ...
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Non-medical cannabis will be legal in Canada as of October 17, 2018. Here, you’ll find information on the laws and regulations for BC.
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Provides information about the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, what BC central authority can do if your child is abducted across international borders, and how most cases would ...
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The execution of court orders issued in a civil proceeding can only be performed by court bailiffs under contract with the Ministry of Justice. The most common court orders of this nature include a writ of ...
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This fact sheet helps you understand human rights in BC. It explains how BC Human Rights Code protects you from discrimination and harassment and includes information on where to get help.
Also available in: Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Farsi (Persian), French, Punjabi, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog/Filipino, Vietnamese
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This document details the new Limitation Act. Where the section replaces, changes or carries over a section of the current Limitation Act that information is included. Each heading links to the corresponding heading in ...
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This fact sheet helps you understand discrimination based on sexual orientation in BC. It explains how the law protects you from being treated badly or denied a benefit because of your sexual orientation. It includes ...
Also available in: Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Farsi (Persian), French, Punjabi, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog/Filipino, Vietnamese
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Services and resources are available to support people who are accused or convicted (offender) of committing a crime. This page guides you to information about some of these services and resources.
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This page has a list of resources available to help you and your children adjust to separation and divorce, and deal with issues such as how to collect child support and how to handle debt.
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Need to file court documents or forms? Request your divorce certificate? Pay a traffic ticket? If you are doing this in person, you will need to visit a court registry. Registries are located in 44 of BC's 45 staffed ...
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