CRT Statistics Snapshot: July 2018 Do you like data? So do we! We’re starting a new monthly blog series with an update on our key statistics. We’ll be adding to our reports over time as we develop more detailed analytics. If there’s information you would like to see added to our monthly reports, please contact us, and we will do...
Information Sessions for Community Groups The Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) will begin resolving certain motor vehicle personal injury disputes beginning on April 1, 2019. We’re working hard to get ready for this new area of jurisdiction, including by developing new Solution Explorer legal information and tools, drafting CRT rules, creating new processes, and hiring new staff, among other things. The...
Solution Explorer Quarterly Update: 2018 Q2 by Tanja Rosteck, Solution Explorer Content Strategist   We’ve just finished our second Continuous Improvement cycle for 2018! It’s for the Small Claims Solution Explorer. My last quarterly update hinted at some new content areas coming soon. I’m excited to report that on June 29, 2018 we added: Construction and Renovations: new content for contractors...
Province of BC Expands Civil Resolution Tribunal’s Jurisdiction The Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) currently hears strata property (condominium) disputes of any amount and small claims disputes $5,000 and under. The CRT is Canada’s first online tribunal, and encourages collaborative dispute resolution and makes binding decisions when people can’t agree. On April 23, 2018, the Government of British Columbia introduced changes to the Civil...
Solution Explorer Quarterly Update: 2018 Q1 by Tanja Rosteck, Solution Explorer Content Strategist   I’m pleased to report we just finished our first Continuous Improvement cycle for 2018! It’s for the Strata Solution Explorer. We made some content changes based on your feedback. The changes were loaded into the site on March 29, 2018. Here’s an overview of what’s changed: In...
CRT To Resolve Certain Motor Vehicle Accident Claims The Province of British Columbia announced this morning that disputes over certain motor vehicle injury claims, including the classification of an injury, will be adjudicated by B.C.’s Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT). The CRT’s jurisdiction over these claims is expected to take effect in April 2019. The CRT is an independent administrative tribunal that already adjudicates...