Apostille Convention and Authentications in BC
The BC Government will be assuming the function of authenticating documents for international use. Beginning April 1, 2022, The Society of Notaries Public of BC will no longer provide document authentication. Please refer to your Notary Public for next steps in the process.
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Human Rights Commission Guidance on Vaccine Policies
The office of the Human Rights Commissioner has published guidance for organizations on establishing vaccination policies. Please click the button below for a copy of that guidance
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BC Notaries are proud members of a select group of legal professionals commissioned by the Supreme Court of British Columbia. These unique legal advisors are highly trained in the provision of numerous noncontentious services, including land law and all the important personal planning tools available to the people of our province – Wills, Powers of Attorney, Representation Agreements, and Advance Directives. Throughout history, Notaries have been recognized as individuals of impeccable integrity practising in a Tradition of Trust.
A Notary’s word, signature, and red Notary Seal are time-honoured testaments to the character and skill of these caring professionals.

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