Get Involved in a Proceeding

Ways to Get Involved

Stay Informed

Stay Informed

Register as an Interested Party

Sign up as an interested party to register your name on the public evidentiary record and receive email notification of all non-confidential evidence presented in a proceeding.

Share Your Views

Share Your Views

Send a Letter of Comment

Letters of comment are intended for any member of the public to contribute their views and opinions about an application or issue under consideration by the BCUC.

Join the Process

Join the Process

Become an Intervener

Persons or organizations who want to actively participate in a Commission process can apply to intervene in a proceeding. For more information on who can qualify as an intervener, please see the BCUC’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.

For information on how to file documents for a proceeding, please see Part III of the Rules of Practice and Procedure.

Privacy

All information that is filed with the BCUC in a proceeding will be published as part of the public evidentiary record, including at times names and contact information, for the purposes of participating in the proceeding.

The information we collect is for the purpose of assessing your interest and expected participation in the proceeding, as well as who you represent, and how we can contact you.

Please note that when participating in a matter before the BCUC, the collection and publication of your personal information is authorized under sections 26(c) and 33.1(r)(ii) and (iii) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of participating in a public proceeding.

If you have any questions regarding the BCUC’s collection and/or disclosure of personal information please contact the Commission Secretary via email at commission.secretary@bcuc.com or via mail at Suite 410, 900 Howe Street, Vancouver, BC Canada V6Z 2N3.

For more information on how to participate in a Commission proceeding, please see the BCUC’s Rules of Practice and Procedure.