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2017 Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope

  • September 10, 2017

Come be a part of the CBABC BC WLF’s Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope team. The Walk of Hope will be held at Queen Elizabeth Park on September 10, 2017. Funds raised will help Ovarian Cancer Canada carry out initiatives including research funding, awareness and education, and support for families affected by ovarian cancer.

Survey: The Cost of Resolving Family Law Disputes

  • August 09, 2017

The Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family is studying the cost of resolving family law disputes. Complete the Institute's short, confidential survey for a chance to win an iPad mini 4!

Call for Volunteers | BC Real Estate Association

  • August 04, 2017

The BC Real Estate Association (BCREA), along with a wide variety of other stakeholders, has formed an advisory group to discuss the challenges related to insurance and financing for properties that have been used to produce drugs, and to identify actions that could lead to the creation of government standards for remediation and professional certification.

BC Government supports CBABC call for more restorative justice

  • July 30, 2017

British Columbia’s new government wants to enact a province-wide restorative-justice system for some offences, allowing victims and offenders to resolve their issues in such criminal matters as vandalism and assault, the Solicitor-General says.

CBABC President's Message on BC Wildfires

  • July 14, 2017

Massive wildfires in British Columbia have forced thousands from their homes and created a state of emergency in our province. CBABC providing resources for members in affected areas as well as for those who would like to donate to help.

Funding Notice: The Law Foundation Legal Research Fund

  • July 11, 2017

The Law Foundation of British Columbia has established a fund of $100,000 per year to support legal research in British Columbia. The purpose of the fund is to support legal research projects that “advance the knowledge of law, social policy, and the administration of justice”.