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Introducing the CRT Navigator Hello. My name is Claire Leckie. I am excited to be the CRT’s first Navigator! I gratefully and respectfully acknowledge that my home and work spans across the traditional territories of 198 First Nations and 38 Métis chartered communities in British Columbia. I have been working with the CRT for over two years and am...

Posted by the CRT on September 29, 2020

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Invitation: CRT Application Form Consultation Are you a community advocate, legal clinic staffer, or someone who works with vulnerable populations in BC? The CRT is improving our application forms for dispute resolution. We want our forms to be more accessible for applicants with potential barriers or challenges, and also to people who might be helping someone understand and use our...

Posted by the CRT on August 6, 2020

Call for Feedback From Community & Legal Advocates Our goal is to make the CRT as accessible as possible. That’s why our priority is making sure that any new CRT features, forms, or resources make things easier for those who have difficulty accessing our justice system. We’ve sometimes had limited uptake in testing directly with people with barriers, and we’re working on better...

Posted by the CRT on June 13, 2017

Get In-Person Help at Service BC Richard Rogers, CRT Executive Director & Registrar The CRT is built around the needs of the public, including people who cannot use a computer or access the internet. That’s why we offer mail and telephone services in addition to online ones. Now, people can also get in-person assistance with CRT services through Service BC. Service BC provides front...

Posted by the CRT on May 19, 2017