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How can I view or get copies of birth, death and marriage registration records for British Columbia?

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How can I view or get copies of birth, death and marriage registration records for British Columbia?

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Registration documents that have been publicly released are available on microfilm at various locations throughout the province and the world. The British Columbia Vital Statistics Agency maintains a list of agencies holding microfilm copies, which may be accessed by the public. These agencies include public libraries, genealogical societies, and university and community college libraries. Microfilm copies of registrations may also be viewed through local Family History Centres of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In Victoria, on-site users of the BC Archives may view microfilm copies of registrations in the reference room. Users may make self-serve copies of registrations for a reproduction fee. Write to the BC Archives to request a copy of a registration record. Please see the information on the specific citation package.

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