British Columbia

British Columbia joined the Canadian Confederation as the sixth province in 1871. Its capital, Victoria, and its largest city, Vancouver, are both major cultural centres for poets, authors, artists, musicians, dancers, and actors as well as noteworthy academics, commentators, and creative thinkers. British Columbia’s 150th anniversary of its designation as a crown colony was celebrated in 2008 while Victoria’s 165th anniversary of its founding was also celebrated.
Details : Land Trust Alliance of British Columbia
Land Trust Alliance of British Columbia

The Land Trust Alliance of British Columbia web site includes an event calendar, volunteer and land donation information, landowner resources, publications, etc.

landtrustalliance.bc.ca
Details : Attorney General of the British Columbia
Attorney General of the British Columbia

Provides information on British Columbia’s judicial system and programs. Detailed information on all of the province’s courts can be accessed here including court filings.

www.gov.bc.ca
Details : BC Homes for Sale
BC Homes for Sale

Property service with listings in British Columbia including farms, apartments and business real estate.

www.bchomesforsale.com
Details : BC Housing
BC Housing

Service that provides assistance to residents of British Columbia looking for housing. There is also information on housing sustainability, a registry of housing and services for tenants.

www.bchousing.org
Details : British Columbia Government
British Columbia Government

Government for British Columbia web site accessing information about the Provincial Government; its Premier, Ministries, portfolios and programs.

www.gov.bc.ca
Details : British Columbia Folklore Society
British Columbia Folklore Society

The British Columbia Folklore Society is an organization that collects and preserves the folklore of Canada's Pacific coast. The website also provides example of B.C. folk culture such as British Columbia mermaids, Jack-a-lope and more. You can also find a general explanation of folklore here.

www.folklore.bc.ca
Details : British Columbia Grasslands
British Columbia Grasslands

The British Columbia Grasslands web site provides information about the Conservation Council, as well as details about the grassland-related programs in Canada.

www.bcgrasslands.org
Details : British Columbia Outdoors Wilderness and Wildlife
British Columbia Outdoors Wilderness and Wildlife

The British Columbia Outdoors Wilderness and Wildlife viewing guide is a tourism website that has plenty of information on this outdoor delights this Canadian province has to offer. You can learn about BC's flowers, trees, birds and animals here. The website also has details on the many parks that can be found there.

www.bcadventure.com
Details : Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia
Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia

Provides continuing legal education services to lawyers in British Columbia. Several types of courses are available: live, webcasts, and archived videos.

www.cle.bc.ca
Details : e-HLbc
e-HLbc

Provides electronic health resources on the web and for PDA devices. There are training resources that explain how to do research using health research databases like OvidSP.

ehlbc.ca
Details : Educational Insights
Educational Insights

Sponsored by the University of British Columbia, this Canadian education journal publishes theoretical and research articles. Previous issues have looked at arts education, civic engagement and the nature of childhood.

ccfi.educ.ubc.ca
Details : Islands Trust
Islands Trust

The Islands Trust is a non-profit organization with a mandate from the Islands Trust Act to make land use decisions that will preserve and protect the province of British Columbia's Gulf Islands.

www.islandstrust.bc.ca
Details : Okanogan Vacation
Okanogan Vacation

If you have ever thought about visiting the Okanogan Country, a region of British Columbia noted for its wine, then this is the website for you. You find out about scenic drives through the area as well as rodeos that take place there. The website also has details on the area's wildlife including its birds. You can also read a history of the area here.

www.okanoganvacation.com
 
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