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Common Questions

How are BC Courts dealing with COVID-19?
Last reviewed February 2021 by the Clicklaw Editors.


Our courts in British Columbia have continuously been adapting to the latest provincial health orders. If you know which court to go to, use the list below to find out about the court's latest procedures and safety protocols.

Good starting points

General information:

Provincial Court of BC:

Supreme Court of BC:

Court of Appeal of BC:

Looking for information on going to a tribunal instead?

  • Response to COVID-19 from BC’s Ministry of Attorney General provides links to tribunals, boards, and commissions in response to COVID-19.

Need more help?

  • Ask JES, from Justice Education Society, can help with your questions by phone, live chat or email.
  • Courthouse Libraries BC provides legal information services via phone, email, and a network of libraries throughout BC.
  • Amici Curiae has legal forms workshops, where their paralegal volunteers provide free help with completing court forms.
  • Find more services near you on Clicklaw HelpMap.

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coronavirus, COVID-19, covid19, Legal system & courts