An eTicket is a traffic ticket you can pay online through PayBC. You can also pay in-person or by mail. Visit ICBC for more information.
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Intersection Safety Cameras
Most crashes happen at intersections. To reduce injuries and save lives, B.C. installs safety cameras at intersections where crashes occur frequently.
Daily Court Lists
Use the daily court lists to find the schedule for court proceedings happening across the province.
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About B.C.'s justice system
British Columbians expect the justice system to keep their communities safe and to provide certainty, proportionality and, above all, fairness when it deals with criminal, civil and family law matters. They expect an accessible system that overcomes barriers like distance, and which makes information and options clear. And they expect the system to be affordable. The B.C. government is transforming justice services in ways that meets these expectations.
The criminal justice system is a foundation of Canadian society. It plays an important part in creating a just, peaceful and safe society. It does this by maintaining public safety, enforcing laws and protecting people’s rights. British Columbia works hard to ensure the best information about the criminal justice system is easily accessible to all British Columbians.
Human rights belong to all British Columbians. They are fundamental to creating and sustaining a fair and civilised society, and they help to ensure that all British Columbians can participate fully in the economic, social, political and cultural life of the province.
There are 89 court locations throughout the province, 43 of which include court registries. Registries provide services to the public and legal community, including starting a court action, filing court documents, accessing court file information, paying fines or requesting information on court processes.
For Legal Professionals
Learn how to nominate a British Columbia lawyer for a Queen’s Counsel (QC) designation, apply to article with the Ministry of Attorney General or become a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits.
Court Services Online
British Columbia's electronic court registry.
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