Legislative Assembly

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY is the supreme law-making body in BC. Its members, Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs), are elected from constituencies throughout the province. The legislature is required to meet annually. It has become customary to convene a session in mid-Mar and continue sitting into June, but the time frame is flexible. The assembly meets in the LEGISLATIVE BUILDINGS overlooking the inner harbour in downtown VICTORIA. The first assembly in 1871 consisted of 25 MLAs; in the 2001...

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