B.C.’s residents and tourists are fortunate to be surrounded by spectacular scenery. Using public transportation is one thing we can do to help preserve our environment so that future generations will also be able to enjoy our great outdoors.
TransLink provides you with up to the minute public transportation routes and schedules for the Lower Mainland including bus, SkyTrain, SeaBus and the West Coast Express.
BC Transit provides the same information for buses outside of the Lower Mainland.
Residents come first in B.C. This is reflected in the wide array of information and services available to residents. In fact, our province celebrates the diversity of its citizens and works hard to meet everyone's needs and help make life a little easier.
Access valuable resources and services designed to help you lead a better, happier and more fulfilled life. Find information tailored specifically to the needs of individuals and families alike.
Proving your identity is required for many day-to-day activities like completing an application, cashing a cheque or renting a hotel room. B.C. residents should have government-issued ID and know how to keep their personal identity safe.
As a resident of B.C., you pay taxes when you purchase goods and services.
B.C. is a great place to live. If you're looking to buy, rent, build, sell or maintain a home, the following information will help answer your questions.
Our day-to-day activites not only shape our lifestyles, but also have environmental and wildlife impacts. Read about our programs and initiatives related to protecting our environment while supporting our natural resource-driven economy. Plus, learn how you can make green choices that help you save money at home, at work and on the road. Be part of the solution.
B.C. is a great place to play. British Columbians are active and take full advantage of our great outdoors. Get involved in the full range of sports and recreational activities that B.C. has to offer.