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After years of dismal funding, British Columbia Attorney General David Eby says his government plans to improve legal aid services, while a recent report from Lawyers Rights Watch Canada says chronic underfunding has caused Canada to fall short of its international human rights obligations. David Eby says his government intends on improving legal aid in the province.
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Legal Services Society of British Columbia. en In conjunction with the Legal Services Society, which provides Legal Aid services in British Columbia, a list of lawyers skilled in providing independent legal advice to children and youth was compiled in 1998. Автоматический перевод: Legal Aid Society of British Columbia. fr En 1998, avec le concours de la Legal Services Society, qui assure des services d’aide juridique en Colombie britannique, on a dressé une liste d’avocats ayant les compétences voulues pour donner des conseils juridiques indépendants aux enfants et aux jeunes.
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British Columbia’s landmass encompasses a complex diversity of ecosystems as a result of its diverse physiography, geology and climate. British Columbia Ministry of Forests: 1987, ‘A field guide for the identification and interpretation of ecosystems in the Cariboo Forest Region’, Revised Draft Report. British Columbia Wildlife Branch: 1994, ‘Northeastern British Columbia Wildlife Biophysical Project: Phase 1 (Overview)’, Map folio, Habitat Inventory Section, Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria, British Columbia.
The Legal Services Society of British Columbia is funded primarily by the Province of British Columbia, providing .
The Legal Services Society of British Columbia is funded primarily by the Province of British Columbia, providing approximately 93% of the Society's annual budget. The provincial Law and Notary Foundations together provide the remaining seven percent The legal community in British Columbia strongly supports legal aid services and continues to protest the funding reductions.
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On February 1, 2017, the British Columbia Franchises Act and Regulations came into effect making British Columbia the sixth province in Canada with franchise legislation.
VICTORIA-The Legal Services Society is introducing a new program to provide legal aid to accused people in British Columbia who wouldn’t normally qualify for assistance. The society says in a news release that by relaxing eligibility rules, legal aid lawyers will be able to help more people navigate the criminal justice system.
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