Self-help and information services staff in the Vancouver Justice Access Centre may help you get the information you need to prepare your Supreme Court family or civil case or find information about other justice-related civil or family problems.
If you do not have a lawyer or just want to find out more about how to resolve your problems, you can drop in to: Read the following information about what we can and cannot do for you (PDF) at the centre. They will help you identify which resources and services you need or they will recommend you visit the Vancouver Justice Access Centre to have your situation assessed.
In 2005 the developer was charged with violating the 1996 Heritage Conservation Act, the first time that the government has attempted to enforce the Act. Photo: Hul'qumi'num Treaty Group Coast Salish peoples inhabit the Northwest Coast of North America, from the mouth of the Columbia River in Oregon, north to Bute Inlet in British Columbia.
Coast Salish territories includes much of the ecologically diverse Georgia Basin and Puget Sound known as the Salish Sea (right).
hen British Columbians head to the polls for next week’s election, they’ll be armed with a host of platform promises from the major parties, ranging from a sweeping remake of the province’s child-care system to smaller, targeted proposals designed to pick up votes from key groups.
The Premier and her ministers have also said repeatedly that they want to get municipalities to cut down on waiting times for building permits, in order to speed up supply, and to increase density around transit. NDP: The party says it would use government money and partnerships with cities and non-profits to create 11,400 new units of affordable housing a year for 10 years – the amount the B. On the demand side, the NDP has said it would introduce a “yearly absentee speculators’ tax” of two per cent (details unclear) and more attention paid to closing loopholes for speculators, money laundering and fraud.The final leg of this tour through the Peace River district is better summed up as its own separate drive in the Peace River Country Circle Tour.There are numerous communities to visit on the route; they can be accessed by clicking on the community links.Exploration Place offers a chance to explore the cultural, scientific, and natural history of the region while the Prince George Native Art Gallery displays works from prominent Aboriginal artists.Finally, learn about the north's industrial history at the Railway and Forestry Museum before heading west along Yellowhead Highway 16.