Provincial Government

CBABC Position Paper on The Proposed ICBC Changes in Bill 20 and Bill 22

  • May 08, 2018

At this stage, the CBABC position is that the case for fundamental changes including statutory abrogation of the rights of injured citizens to full and fair compensation, because of uncontrollable costs has not been established. What has been established, however, is that the number of accidents occurring each year has been steadily increasing. The solution to that problem, however, is to look at and deal head-on with the causes of those increases.

Provincial Government

CBABC Submissions Regarding Rate Proposals

  • April 05, 2018

The CBABC is pleased to provide these submissions in response to the government’s request regarding feedback to potential changes to ICBC’s rate structure.

Provincial Government

Letter to Attorney General of BC Re: ICBC

  • December 05, 2017

CBABC encourages the government to implement changes that will preserve the rights of British Columbians, reduce accidents and injuries, and improve the rate of recovery from injury.

Provincial Government

CBABC Human Rights Section Submissions re BC Human Rights Commission Invitation

  • November 17, 2017

The following submission regarding the Government’s plan to reintroduce a BC Human Rights Commission is supported by the section executive and made on behalf of the section. The CBABC Human Rights Section's submissions reflect the views of the Section only and, do not necessarily reflect the views of the CBABC as a whole.

Human Rights Law