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AGBCAttorney General of British Columbia (Canada)
AGBCAmerican German Business Club Berlin (est. 1993; Berlin, Germany)
AGBCAgricultural Bank of China
AGBCAssemblies of God Bible College (various locations)
AGBCAmerica Georgia Business Council (Washington, DC)
AGBCAssociation of Grace Baptist Churches
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On October 15, 2010, the British Columbia Supreme Court dismissed an application by the Attorney General of British Columbia and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia for an order to dismiss Ms.
The attorney general of British Columbia then intervened in support, arguing that the courts have no role in reviewing decisions about public expenditures.
In 2001I worked with the Attorney General of British Columbia, conducting research for a harm reduction programme in Vancouver.
Report to the Attorney General of British Columbia under Section 6 of the office for Children and Youth Act on the director's case review relating to the Nuu-chah-nulth child who died in Port Alberni on September 4, 2002.
On December 13 Robinson asked Justice Minister Anne McLellan in the House of Commons to "outlaw propaganda which promotes violence and hatred based on sexual orientation." The Minister acknowledged that she had recently discussed this on the request of the Attorney General of British Columbia, Ujjal Dosanjh, and that measures were forthcoming.
The paper could not have been written if it had not been for the skillful and diligent work carried out in the papers of the Attorney General of British Columbia (hereafter cited as AG [BC]) by my research assistant Debra Ireland.
The Attorney General of British Columbia and the City of Victoria argued that the source of deprivation at issue was the condition of being homeless and not the bylaws; therefore, the claim should fall outside the scope of s.
The Attorney General of British Columbia and the City of Victoria also argued that the enactment of the bylaws came in response to the issue of homelessness and was an area of policy within the sphere of jurisdiction of the municipality, not the courts.
These are the words of Justice Beverley McLachlin introducing the unanimous decision of the Supreme Court in the November 18, 2004 case of Minister of Forests and Attorney General of British Columbia v.
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