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Cannabis is illegal in most places outside of Canada. The personal information of users is therefore very sensitive. Some countries may deny entry to people who have purchased cannabis. This guide was created to help ...
View PDF from Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for BC (OIPC)

Provides information on the types of warrants that may affect eligibility, how the ministry identifies warrants, and where you can go for legal help.
View PDF from Community Legal Assistance Society (CLAS)

This website tells you about the options available to you to help manage your debt. Topics include dealing with creditors, getting out of debt, credit counseling, debt consolidation, debt settlement, consumer proposal, ...
View website from Credit Counselling Society

This guide describes a number of situations when you should consider consulting a lawyer. They include choosing a business structure, buying an existing business, leasing commercial space, drawing up contracts and ...
View website from Government of Canada

This guide explains what discrimination is, how the law prohibits it, and what to do if someone discriminates against you. The guide deals with the federal Canadian Human Rights Act (the Act), but not with provincial ...
Also available in: French
View PDF from Canadian Human Rights Commission

These fact sheets provide information on what elder abuse is, outline the types of elder abuse, and include examples on each type of elder abuse.
View PDF from Seniors First BC (formerly BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support)

If you have an urgent need for shelter, then you must ask for an “Immediate Needs Assessment” when you apply for welfare from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction.
View website from BC Ministry of Social Development & Poverty Reduction

Subsidized housing is long-term housing for people who permanently reside in British Columbia. This website has information on eligibility, finding & selecting housing, applying for it, and keeping an application ...
View website from BC Housing

The Provincial Court website contains a series of eNews articles written by judges and judicial justices to describe what happens at various proceedings in Provincial Court and offer suggestions on how to prepare for ...
View website from Provincial Court of British Columbia

This provincial government website has information about pesticide use that affects vendors and dispensers, as well as residential and commercial users of pesticides in landscaped areas. It includes links to changes to ...
View website from BC Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy