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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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Provides specific answers to questions about changes to the British Columbia Human Rights Code (January 1, 2008) that essentially bans mandatory retirement in most workplaces in British Columbia.
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The BC Ministry of Justice provides information and points to resources, if you or someone you know has been the victim of or has witnessesed crime and violence. Being a victim or witness to crime, violence or abuse is ...
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The BC Ministry of Justice provides information to families that will parent apart. This resources answers basic questions that parents may have during a separation or divorce.
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If the payor lives outside BC we can enrol the maintenance order or agreement in an equivalent program where the payor lives. Enrolment in another maintenance enforcement program can take 2-4 months. Once enrolled, that ...
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Sometimes it can be difficult to collect child or spousal support from a former spouse or parent who is living outside BC. The BC government has arrangements with all other Canadian provinces and territories and some ...
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This information helps parents guide their children through separation and divorce, and calculate a child support amount to cover the costs of raising their children.
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The court keeps a record about what goes on at court hearings. This includes information about the charges, court appearances and outcomes. Unlike an official criminal record, court records are generally available to ...
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British Columbia has agreements about support order enforcement with all the Canadian provinces and territories, all of the United States, and several other foreign countries. These are reciprocating jurisdictions. Read ...
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When there are problems getting child support families can get help from the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program. This is a free government program that helps families collect spousal and child support, track support ...
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