Public Libraries

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Public libraries are located in over 243 communities throughout BC. Most have public access computer terminals and free access to QP LegalEze, a searchable database of BC legislation, current Bills and Hansard debates. Larger libraries have legal reference books and provincial statutes and regulations. Library staff can help you find legal information in their library or online. Local library phone numbers are listed in the Yellow Pages under "Libraries."

Website: The BC Libraries website provides a list of all public libraries and contact information.

Website commons.bclibraries.ca
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An act; a statute; a written law made by a government. See "regulations."

A kind of legislation that provides supplemental rules for a particular act. Regulations are created and amended by the government, not by the legislature, and as a result the legislature has no right to a say in how or what regulations are imposed by government. See "act."

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