What is Admininstrative Law?

All levels of government make laws and regulations that affect us every day. For example, the municipal government makes laws about whether a certain type of business can operate in a particular neighbourhood; the provincial government makes laws about the minimum wage and number of hours that an employer has to give to an employee; the federal government makes laws about our right to employment insurance and the rates we pay for telephone service; and some specialists, such as doctors and accountants, are governed by organizations that establish rules for practising their professions.

The website has information on how to navigate the administrative law system in BC.