B.C.’s largest immigrant-serving agency will host a legal clinic to provide improved support for new British Columbians as part of government's commitment to increase access to justice.
Limitation periods to commence court proceedings in British Columbia have been suspended, and statutory decision-makers have been provided discretion to waive, suspend or extend time periods related to their powers.
Distillers in British Columbia are temporarily authorized to manufacture alcohol-based hand sanitizer to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic, through an updated policy directive from the Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch (LCRB).
In order to reinforce social distancing orders and help support workers in the restaurant industry, government is making changes to temporarily allow restaurants to deliver liquor products alongside the purchase of a meal.
Government liquor stores remain open in order to continue serving British Columbians, while also ensuring the safety of the most vulnerable people, employees and customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The B.C. government, ICBC and broker partners are taking additional steps to help British Columbians access the insurance services they need without requiring in-person contact.
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