What is service BC?
Service BC provides front line support for many of the hundreds of programs and services the provincial government offers to residents, businesses and visitors. Please feel free to contact Service BC for assistance. Phone or email: The Service BC Contact Centre (Enquiry BC) can help you find what you need.
Do you need an appointment for service BC?
People can now make an appointment online before visiting Service BC. In addition to the new online appointment tool, Service BC centres regularly sanitize public and office spaces and have modified reception areas to accommodate physical distancing.
How do I apply for a BC Service Card?
A BC Services Card is government-issued ID. You can use it at places that ask for photo ID to verify your identity or age.
How do I find my BC service number?
Call Health Insurance BC to get your Personal Health Number.
- Vancouver: (604) 683-7151.
- Elsewhere in B.C.: 1-800-663-7100.
What class is an N in BC?
To get your N (Novice), you’ll need to pass the Class 7 road test. Make sure you understand what’s required of N drivers before taking the test.
Who is in office in BC?
At over twenty years, W. A. C. Bennett spent the longest time in office, and is the only premier to serve in more than four parliaments. The incumbent premier is John Horgan, who was sworn in on July 18, 2017.
What is the phone number for BC recovery benefit?
If you have questions about the documentation you’ve been asked to provide, contact us at BCRB[email protected] or call our toll-free line at 1-833-882-0020.
Is BC Service Card same as MSP?
Each B.C. resident enrolled with the Medical Services Plan (MSP) is eligible for a BC Services Card with a unique lifetime identifier for health care called a Personal Health Number. This number remains the same, regardless of any changes to personal status.
How long do you have to have your N in BC?
You must hold your “N” license for a period of two years before you can a road test to receive a full Class 5 license.
Who runs BC?
In October 2013, Greater Vancouver had an estimated population of approximately 2.5 million. Since 2017, the province has been governed by the New Democratic Party, led by John Horgan, first with a minority government elected in 2017 and subsequently with a majority government elected in 2020.
Who qualifies for the BC Recovery Benefit?
To be eligible for this benefit, you must be at least 19 years old on December 18, 2020, unless you have a spouse or common-law partner or are a parent of a child who resides with you. If you were under 19 and lived with a spouse or common-law partner, you were eligible for the family benefit.