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Red Flags with Victoria’s Protected Bike Lanes and Green Boxes
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Red Flags with Victoria’s Protected Bike Lanes and Green Boxes

Protected Bike Lanes on Pandora Open to Mixed Reviews On Monday, May 1, 2017 the Pandora St. protected bike lanes officially opened to the public. The intent of this two-lane track that runs from Wharf St. to Cook St. is to separate bike traffic from car traffic and make cycling more efficient and safer. While the…

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Video Blog: ICBC Hit and Run Accident Claims

Video Blog: ICBC Hit and Run Claims British Columbia insurance law makes sure that every vehicle licensed in this province carries at least basic coverage of $200,000 in third party liability insurance through ICBC.  This basic level of required ICBC coverage means that if someone else injures you with their vehicle, you at least have some…

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Video Blog: Speeding Cyclists and BC Law

Video Blog: School Zones, Speeding Cyclists and BC Law Last week a local cyclist was ticketed for speeding in a school zone. The event attracted considerable news attention and a lot of discussion on social media – with many wondering if speeding cyclists are subject to the Motor Vehicle Act.  In this week’s video blog we…

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Video Blog: Are Waivers (for Accidents) Enforceable in BC?

Video Blog: Are Waivers (for Accidents) Enforceable in BC? This week I am going to talk about the enforceability of waivers, which are incredibly common and powerful clauses in contracts we all come across almost every day.  From getting on a chairlift or a ferris-wheel, to renting a car, a bicycle or piece of garden equipment,…

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Video Blog: Liability for Unsafe Premises – BC’s Occupiers Liability Act

Video Blog: Unsafe Premises, an Overview of Occupiers Liability Law in British Columbia In British Columbia the law provides that a person who is in physical possession or control over premises has duty of care to see that another person, and that person’s property, is reasonably safe in using the premises (basically, a law against…

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