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British Columbia

British Columbia Parliament Building

British Columbia became the 6th Province on July 20, 1871.  Victoria is the provincial capital.


There are courthouses in the following locations:


Law Courts   ( Court of Appeal and Supreme Court )


British Columbia Court of Appeal


Law Courts   ( Supreme Court and Provincial Court )


Campbell River  Chilliwack  Courtenay Cranbrook  Dawson Creek
Duncan Fort Nelson Fort St. John Golden Kamloops 
Kelowna Nanaimo Nelson  New Westminster  Penticton
Port Alberni  Powell River  Prince George Prince Rupert  Quesnel
Revelstoke Rossland Salmon Arm  Smithers Terrace 
Vancouver Vernon Victoria Williams Lake

Provincial Court Courthouses


100 Mile House Abbotsford  Atlin  Burns Lake Castlegar 
Chetwynd Clearwater Creston Dease Lake Fernie
 Fort St. James Fraser Lake Ganges Grand Forks Hazelton
Houston Inverness Kitimat Lilouet  Mackenzie
Masset McBride Merritt Nakusp New Aiyansh
North Vancouver Pemberton Port Coquitlam Port Hardy Princeton
Queen Charlotte City Richmond Sechelt Sparwood Stewart
Surrey Tofino Tumbler Ridge Uclueiet Valemount
Vancouver Vanderhoof Victoria ( Colwood )


Old Courthouses


Ashcroft Fernie  Fort Steele  Grand Forks  Greenwood 
Kaslo Kamloops Merritt  Nicola  Oliver 
Richfield ( Barkerville )

Highest Point – Mount Fairweather at 4,633 meters (  15,295 feet ) is located in the central west 

Lowest Point  – Pacific Ocean ( sea level ) is located along the west



Government House – Victoria