Primary sources are works created
Secondary sources in history, on the other hand are often based on primary sources and involve analysis or interpretation of the original material.
Primary sources can include
BC Laws From the Government of British Columbia this site provides free public access to the laws of British Columbia. This unofficial current consolidation of BC Statutes and Regulations is updated continually as new and amended laws come into force. BC Laws also provides access to:
•Full-text orders-in-council documents from the year 1872 to present.
•A table of legislative changes and point-in-time legislative documents allowing users to see how the documents have changed over time., B.C. Gazette Parts I and II.
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