British Columbia

Canada Courthouses / British Columbia
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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:

 

Supreme Court Courthouses

 

Campbell River  /  Chilliwack  /  Courtenay  /  Cranbrook  /  Dawson Creek  /  Duncan  /  Fort St. John  /  Fort Nelson  /  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 Courthouse

 

 Abbotsford  /  Atlin  /  Burns Lake  /  Castlegar  /  Clearwater  /  Colwood  /  Creston  /  Mackenzie  /  Masset  /  Nakusp  /  North Vancouver  /  Pemberton  /  Port Coquitlam  /  Port Hardy  /  Princeton  /  Richmond  / Sechelt  /  Surrey  /   Valemount

 

British Columbia Court of Appeal

 

Old Courthouses

 

Ashcroft  /  Fernie /  Fort Steele  /  Grand Forks  /  Greenwood  /  Kaslo  /   Kamloops  /  Merritt  /  Nicola  /  Oliver  /  Vancouver  /  Victoria