Clicklaw: enhancing access to justice

Clicklaw is a website, funded by the Law Foundation of BC, aimed at enhancing access to justice in British Columbia.  It features legal information and education designed for the public from 24 contributor organizations–including BCCPD–as well as selected others. Clicklaw’s mission is to provide equitable access to quality legal information, education and help for British Columbians

Clicklaw is organized by what brought you to the site.

Have a legal problem? You can find practical information about your legal rights and responsibilities, and options to solve legal problems.

Looking for legal help? You can access toll-free phone numbers for someone to talk with for legal information or advice, and later this year, you’ll be able to locate those who can help with legal problems on the Clicklaw HelpMap.

Want to learn about the law? You can access resources that help you learn and teach about the laws that affect British Columbians and how the legal system works.

Interested in law reform? You can access resources that feature reform and research of laws and legal innovations in British Columbia.

Visit Clicklaw at


The Clicklaw project, and BCCPD’s involvement, was made possible through funding from The Law Foundation of BC.

Letter to Minister Coleman about Group Home Residents Relocation

Letter to Minister Coleman about Assessment and Relocation of Group Home Residents


August 13th 2010

Honourable Rich Colemam, Minister of Housing and Social Development

Dear Minister Coleman,

We are writing to express our deep concern about the assessment and relocation program of group home residents that is currently being undertaken by Community Living BC (CLBC). (more…)

Free Energy Savings Kits from BC Hydro

If you live in a lower-income household, you’re probably eligible to get a free Energy Saving Kit from BCCPD. We’re handing out kits from BC Hydro’s PowerSmart program.

It’s packed full of products and information that anyone can use to make a home more comfortable, more affordable, and a little easier on the planet.  See below or call BCCPD at 604-872-1278.