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9 hours ago BC Laws Buzz. View listing of regulations, orders in council and ministerial orders as of October 4, 2021. Queen's Printer is pleased to announce the addition of the Historical Annual Statutes dating back to 1858. Queen's Printer content is delivered in an "open data format" through a REST API. Data use restrictions have also changed.

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3 hours ago BC Statutes are also available on our public computers on QP Legaleze and contain points-in-time going back to 1991. The most current versions of BC Statutes are freely available on BC Laws and CanLII. CanLII has point-in-time legislation going back to 2003. BC Laws does not contain historical information. BC Tables of Concordance go back to 1979.

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6 hours ago Miscellaneous Statutes Amendments (Signed Statements) Act, 2016 - Feb 10, 2016. Electoral Boundaries Commission Act Amendments – May 7, 2014. Wills, Estates and Succession Act and New Probate Rules – March 31, 2014. Limitation Act - June 1, 2013. Justice Reform and Transparency Act – April 4, 2013. Family Law Act – March 18, 2013. Civil

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5 hours ago The Competition Act prohibits false or misleading representations, to the public, as to the ordinary selling price of a product, in any form whatever. Under the Act, the ordinary selling price is determined by using one of two tests: either a substantial volume of the product was sold at that price or a higher price, within a reasonable period of time (volume test); or the product was …

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250.387.64094 hours ago The legislation posted here is for informational purposes only. All current BC statutes and regulations can be found at QP LegalEze. You can get official copies from: Crown Publications Inc. 563 Superior Street Victoria, BC V8V 1T7 Phone: 250.387.6409 Toll-free: 1.800.663.6105

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2 hours ago The professional and ethical standards for BC lawyers are contained in the Legal Profession Act, the Law Society Rules and the Code of Professional Conduct for British Columbia, as well as in court decisions and Law Society discipline decisions.

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1. The Workers Compensation Act(Act) is amended by the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. WorkSafeBC is bound by the Act, and all of its regulations and policies must be consistent with it.

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8 hours ago Scanner price accuracy policy states –. -if the correct price is $10 or less, the product is free. -if the correct price is higher than $10, …

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7 hours ago Price fixing is an agreement (written, verbal, or inferred from conduct) among competitors that raises, lowers, or stabilizes prices or competitive terms. Generally, the antitrust laws require that each company establish prices and other terms on its own, without agreeing with a competitor. When consumers make choices about what products and

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5 hours ago Be sure to review the law or contact the state director for more information. Other Resources. For further information and listing of states and the various laws and regulations they adopt (weights and measures law, unit pricing, price verification), you may visit NIST Handbook 130, Uniformity of Laws and Regulations. A state by state

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8 hours ago Drinking Laws That Make No Sense. ISSUE: Minimum On-Premise Drink Prices JURISDICTION: BRITISH COLUMBIA AGENCY: B.C. Liquor Control and Licensing Branch (BC LCLB) POLICY DESCRIPTION: The BC LCLB establishes a minimum drinks price below which the province’s licensed restaurants and bars may not sell to the public.

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4 hours ago About the Securities Act. The Securities Act R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 418, is the statute that establishes B.C.'s securities laws and gives the BC Securities Commission its powers and duties.. On March 27, 2020, amendments to the Securities Act came into force by order in council (B.C. Reg. 45/2020), together with consequential amendments to the Securities Regulation, the Securities …

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2 hours ago Under s. 56(2) of the Law and Equity Act, RSBC 1996, c. 253, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia is authorized to make “regulations prescribing: (a) a discount rate that is deemed to be the future difference between the investment rate of interest and the rate of increase of earnings due to inflation and general

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5 hours ago Consolidated Statutes of British Columbia - Title Beginning with C. These collections have been put together based on materials available on the BC Laws site. We encourage you to read About British Columbia Legislative Databases on CanLII to learn more. Last updated from the BC Laws site on 2021-07-14. [0-9]

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5 hours ago 5014-Prescription_Regulation_Table v2021.1 Prescription Regulations Table May 2021 Page 1 A synopsis of federal and provincial laws and regulations governing the distribution of drugs by prescription in British Columbia CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION PRESCRIPTION REQUIREMENTS REFILLS SALES RECORD FILES AND RECORDS Narcotic Drug *

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2 hours ago M opeds and scooters. Most mopeds and street-legal scooters, if under a certain size, are classified as limited-speed motorcycles (LSMs). If they exceed or do not comply with the definition as listed below, you will likely require a motorcycle licence to operate them.

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Just Now BC introduces amendments to consumer-protection legislation 27 February 2019 By Kevin Zakreski. Yesterday, a new bill was introduced in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia containing significant amendments to BC’s main consumer-protection statute, the Business Practices and Consumer Protection Act. Bill 7, the Business Practices and Consumer …

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9 hours ago Administrative Law I Cases And Materials. This note covers the following topics: The Public Administration, Administrative law Key features, Administrative authority and the entailment to the legal principle, Special nature and typology of administrative action, Sources of administr: ative law, Regulations as specific source of administrative law, Administrative structures, State

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4 hours ago No throwing snowballs. Victoria’s 1887 Street By-Law contained a number of commonsense regulations, including that you couldn’t ride your horse on the sidewalk, or “at a gallop or pace exceeding six miles an hour.”. But to the dismay of schoolchildren, it also outlawed throwing snowballs and a lot of other fun mischief.

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7 hours ago Oversize and overweight trucking permits that are routinely issued by the British Columbia DOT routinely: Length: 27.5 meters (90 feet, 2 and 43/64 fourths on an inch) in the maximum length for a routine permit in B. C. Width: 4.4 meters (14 feet, 5 and 15/64 fourths of an inch) is the maximum with you will get from BC DOT on a routine permit.

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9 hours ago RULES AND REGULATIONS RESPECTING LOTTERIES AND GAMING Page 1 of 6 March 27, 2020 British Columbia Lottery Corporation is authorized by and as agent for the Government of British Columbia to conduct, manage and operate lottery schemes pursuant to the Gaming Control Act of the Province of British Columbia (the “Act”) and is a Regional Marketing

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8 hours ago Canada: Public Procurement Laws and Regulations. 2021. ICLG - Public Procurement Laws and Regulations - covers common issues including application of the law to entities and contracts, award procedures, exclusions and exemptions, remedies, privatisations and PPPs - in 19 jurisdictions.

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Just Now The full text of the laws and regulations are available on the Publications du Québec website. Click on the links below to consult them free of charge. For more information on the coming into force of certain chapters of the Construction Code and Safety Code, please look under the following pages: Construction Code; Safety Code. Note

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9 hours ago Click here for an interactive breakdown of what the BC Oil and Gas Commission regulates. You can access any of the Acts and Regulations listed there and below from the BC Laws website.. Please Note: This information is provided here for convenience, but it remains the responsibility of operators to check the rules and laws that apply to them. Check the BC …

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9 hours ago Firearms in Canada are federally regulated as outlined in the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1977.Regulation is largely about licensing and registration of firearms, including air guns with a muzzle velocity of more than 500 ft/s or 150 m/s and muzzle energy greater than 4.2 ft⋅lb or 5.7 J.. Handgun registration became law in 1934, and automatic firearms registration was added in …

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7 hours ago Trading Rules and Regulations. Both the CSE Trading Rules and the Universal Market Integrity Rules, of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) apply to activity on the Exchange. Dealers who are members in good standing of IIROC and are also registered with a Canadian securities regulatory authority are welcome to apply

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1 hours ago New modern liquor laws come into effect. An updated Liquor Control and Licencing Act and regulation come into force tomorrow, Jan. 23, that will create new opportunities for businesses, increase convenience for consumers and enhance the Province’s commitment to social responsibility.

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1 hours ago Discount Rates pursuant to s. 56 of the Law And Equity Act BC Reg 352/81 amended by BC Reg 74/2014 Under s. 56(2) of the Law and Equity Act, RSBC 1996, c. 253, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia is authorized to make “regulations prescribing: (a) a discount rate that is deemed to be the future difference between the

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8 hours ago • Photo BC Services Card • Citizenship card, • First Nations status card • Federal Firearms Possession and Acquisition licence . Note that the BC Driver’s Licence and Services Card, which combines the BC Driver’s Licence and Services cards …

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8 hours ago The Ministry of Public Safety has set the minimum purchase and consumption age for non-medical cannabis at 19, which is consistent with the minimum age for alcohol use. The B.C. government recently announced that all licensed cannabis sellers will be permitted to deliver their products starting July 15, 2021.

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5 hours ago Canada is fortunate to have an abundant supply of energy from a wide range of renewable and non-renewable sources. Canada is the second-largest country in the world after Russia; it contains 10 provinces, and three territories spanning six time zones covering four-and-a-half hours, and stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, and up to the Arctic Ocean.

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1 hours ago The following information is compiled from laws, rules and regulations to offer as a resource. It is up to the owner (awarding authority) to Due to continuing changes in the law and rules, it is advised to review our website for updates at: (BC or BC-B or BC-b(sm)), but could not perform any portion over $25,000

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7 hours ago 1. This form must accompany all fee payments. 2. Cheques must be in Canadian funds made payable to the British Columbia Securities Commission. 3. NSF cheques will result in a $20.00 charge and all subsequent fee payments will require a …

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8 hours ago Recent decisions published by the Supreme Court of British Columbia and the Liquor & Cannabis Regulation Branch indicate that across [] Read More. The Lobster Trap v. Registrar (Alcohol, Cannabis & Gaming) In order to obtain (and renew) a licence to sell alcohol in British Columbia, the General Manager of the Liquor [] Read More.

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1. In general, contracts are always formed on the same pattern. A person offers to give another person something (for example: to deliver an item in return for a certain price); to provide a service (to work for a certain salary); or to refrain from doing something (not to competefor a period of time in return for compensation). If the offer is accepted, the contract is then valid in principle. A contract is, above all, an instrument for the economic exchange of goods and services.

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5 hours ago BC Beer Law. My latest piece for Scout Magazine is the second instalment of my INTERSECTIONS series, and explores the collaboration between Brassneck Brewery and Maggie Boyd, the artist behind many of their awesome tasting room posters and growler designs. Read it here on my blog or here on Scout.

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6 hours ago Evictions in Nevada. Nonpayment of rent – If a tenant fails to pay rent, then the landlord may issue a 7-day Notice to Pay or Quit, after any applicable grace period. If the tenant still does not pay after 7 days, then the landlord may proceed with formal eviction. Lease violation – If a lease violation occurs then the landlord may issue a 5-Day Notice to Cure or Quit which …

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Just Now Revised Implementing Rules and Regulations 29 a) Act. Refers to R.A. 9184, entitled “An Act Providing for the Modernization, Standardization and Regulation of the Procurement Activities of the Government and for other Purposes,” otherwise known as the Government Procurement Reform Act. b) Approved Budget for the Contract.

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Just Now 12. the labour law classified as tripartite relationship between employee, employer and union is known as. A. Collective B. individual C. industrial D. union. 13. Laws related to Employees’ rights at work is classified under _____ category of labour Law. …

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7 hours ago State laws establish vaccination requirements for school children. These laws often apply not only to children attending public schools but also to those attending private schools and day care facilities. States may also require immunization of healthcare workers and of patients/residents of healthcare facilities.

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3 hours ago The True Blue Club is open to legal residents of the United States and its territories and Canada at least 18 years of age except where prohibited by or restricted by law. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply. Participation in the Program is free and no initial purchase is required. Limit one membership per household, per email.

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6 hours ago Canada Water Act ( R.S.C., 1985, c. C-11) Act current to 2021-10-20 and last amended on 2014-04-01. Previous Versions. See coming into force provision and notes, where applicable.

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What is the minimum drink price in BC?

Draught beer or cider if serving is less than 50 oz. The 2013 B.C. Liquor Policy Review Final Report recommended the LCLB establish minimum drinks prices consistent with those suggested by health advocates, that is 3.00 per standard drink. A standard drink is defined in Canada as any alcoholic beverage containing 17.05 ml of pure alcohol.

Are there any new laws in BC Oil and gas?

This unofficial consolidation of B.C. Statutes and Regulations is updated as new and amended laws come into force. Click here for an interactive breakdown of what the BC Oil and Gas Commission regulates. You can access any of the Acts and Regulations listed there and below from the BC Laws website.

Are there any oddball liquor laws in BC?

And there have been plenty of other oddball liquor laws in BC over the years. The Liquor Act of 1921 made it illegal to sell booze on election day, but allowed veterinarians to “administer or cause to be administered liquor to any dumb animal.”

What are the rules of the Law Society of BC?

The Benchers establish the Law Society Rules and the Code of Professional Conduct for British Columbia. The rules in this Code guide the conduct of lawyers, not only in the practice of law, but also in other activities. The Member's Manual contains the Act, Rules and Code, as well as the Insurance Policy and Articling Guidelines.

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