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The information provided here is a starting point and is not meant to be exhaustive. It is not intended to give legal advice on your particular legal problem.  
 
The information provided here is a starting point and is not meant to be exhaustive. It is not intended to give legal advice on your particular legal problem.  
  
As the situation changes over time and both provincial and federal governments release new information frequently, many organizations and agencies are adjusting their programs and releasing updated public legal information. We are updating this guide regularly, as new information becomes available.
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Revision as of 16:20, 18 August 2020

This information applies to British Columbia, Canada. This page was last updated by Clicklaw team on August 18, 2020 - 05:20 PM PDT.
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Covid-19 Resources for British Columbians provides a directory of online resources dealing with the ways Covid19 public health directives are affecting people's lives. This wikibook is a supplement to the Clicklaw website, providing British Columbians with trusted sources of legal-related info. Includes general hotline numbers, government sources, online resources by topic, getting legal help, and court procedures.

The information provided here is a starting point and is not meant to be exhaustive. It is not intended to give legal advice on your particular legal problem.

We are updating this guide regularly, as information becomes available.

Contents

Getting Started

Chapters

Dealing with the Legal System

Featured resources

Clicklaw Blog: August 2020 Events

  • For the general public: free & low cost webinars helping you navigate legal issues
  • For intermediaries: free or low cost professional development events for intermediaries. Also, events by organizations who help British Columbians in their interactions with the legal system.

Courthouse Libraries BC: Librarian Assistance

  • Not sure how to get started in your search for legal information? Anyone in BC can email librarian@courthouselibrary.ca or leave a voice message: 1-800-665-2570 (toll-free) or 604-660-2841. Staff are available online and by phone during business hours Monday to Friday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (excluding statutory holidays).

Sharing this wikibook

Need a quick way to share this? Use bit.ly/covid19bc.

Find it on Clicklaw: clicklaw.bc.ca/resource/4725.

About

In curating the list, our team of librarians at Courthouse Libraries BC follows Clicklaw's selection criteria.

We include:

  • resources that are primarily written for members of the public and intermediaries.
  • resources from Clicklaw contributor organizations
  • community-specific resources, which are helpful for a community in the context of responding to the novel coronavirus disease situation.

We exclude:

  • resources that are primarily written for members of a profession, such as lawyers or mediators. However, we may make exceptions when no similar resources are available.

Questions or feedback? Contact us at editor@clicklaw.bc.ca.


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