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Constitution Act (British Columbia)
This provincial constitutional document sets out many of the rules relating to the operation of the legislative assembly and executive government in British Columbia, but it is far from a complete specification of the operation of government in the Province. Some of the rules relating to the conduct of government can be found in other provincial acts of parliament or official documents; others rely on accepted practices which are not set out in formal constitutional documents. These unwritten rules are sometimes called constitutional conventions . A copy of the Act can be found on the Queen’s Printer website:
Note that the web version of the Act may not include the most recent amendments.