Parliamentary Procedure Workshops
For Provincial Public Servants
The Parliamentary Procedure Workshop is intended to provide B.C. Public Servants with a greater understanding of our Parliamentary system. Presentations provide an overview to the history of Parliament, parliamentary procedure, the legislative and budgetary process in British Columbia, and Cabinet and Treasury Board decision-making.
B.C. Teachers' Institute on Parliamentary Democracy
Sponsored by the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, the annual British Columbia Teachers’ Institute on Parliamentary Democracy is an intensive four-day professional development opportunity for teachers of social studies and related subjects in elementary, middle, and secondary school. Participating teachers return to their schools with an enhanced understanding of parliamentary democracy and political process in B.C.
Parliamentary Tour Program
The Parliamentary Tour Program strives to provide an enjoyable and informative experience for all visitors, focusing primarily on the role of the Legislative Assembly and MLAs and the history of both the province of British Columbia and of the Parliament Buildings. Our goal is to foster an understanding of legislative process, an awareness of B.C.'s political heritage and an appreciation for the beauty and significance of the Parliament Buildings.
Virtual Speaker in the Schools
This 45 minute online program introduces students to the work of Speaker of the Legislative Assembly with a Q&A session with the Honourable Raj Chouhan. Classes receive an invitation to attend and are to send 3 prepared questions in advance and then the session is opened up to more questions posed by the students directly to Mr. Speaker. If interested in learning more, contact
Little Legislators is a free school tour program aimed at younger, more kinesthetic learners. Covering the Ministry of Education's Big Ideas for Kindergarten to Grade 3, Little Legislators is perfect for younger learners.