Learn About the Legislature
Many informational and learning resources designed to help British Columbians learn more about the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia are available at Learning Resources and Discover Your Legislature.
Visit the Legislative Library
The Legislative Library's core collection consists of political science, parliamentary procedure, public administration, economics and Canadian history. There is also a significant collection of British Columbia and Canadian federal government publications. Please visit the Library's hours and services page for more information.
Attend an Event
Areas of the Legislative Precinct grounds are used for events such as band and choir performances on the front steps, photographs on the Library steps, and public events on the front lawns. Please consult the Public Calendar for more information.
Building Status and Emergency Information
In the event of an emergency, or change to status of the Parliament Buildings, visitors can find updated information to provide assistance. Information may include precinct security alerts, closures and openings during emergencies or unfavorable weather situations.
Book the Grounds
The grounds of the Parliament Buildings are available for use for a wide variety of non-commercial events and performances. Please consult the Public Use of Legislative Grounds information for guidelines and how to submit an application form.
Located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is the western most Provincial Capital in Canada. Please visit Tourism Victoria for more information or check out this map of downtown Victoria.