Ways You Can Help
Petitioning your local MLA with our automated tool can make a lasting difference to the lives of families who experience a wrongful death in British Columbia for generations to come.
This resource is to serve as a guide for meeting with your local Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia to discuss the importance of modernizing our colonial era wrongful death laws that have had no meaningful updates since 1846.
Your contribution will go towards bringing attention to this important human rights issue across British Columbia. Every little bit helps.
Share the InTheirName.ca website and this critical message with your friends and family.
Join our campaign to reform BC’s unfair and outdated Family Compensation Act today. Advocate duties include sharing posts to social media with friends and family, meeting with MLAs, meeting with media, and attending public events.
Have you lost a family member or friend to wrongful death in British Columbia? Was his or her life deemed “worthless” by the government and insurer? The campaign is dedicated to the memory of individuals who were killed by the recklessness of others and whose lives had “no value” under the current BC Family Compensation Act.
Volunteer with us and join a collaborative team with high quality, high performing people, to build lifelong connections with. Acquire skills and experience that will shape the rest of your life as we strive to make the province a safer and more dignified place for its citizens.
Contact us for information on wrongful death cases or to get in touch with people involved with this cause.
Contact us if you are a related or interested non-profit organization who can partner with us to spread awareness of the current legislation.
We have an anonymous whistleblower program for people who wish to provide information to our Society to help both the cause, the public, and ultimately facilitate a safer and more accountable province here in British Columbia.
For any other inquiries, ideas, or support in this fight for BC families and justice, contact the campaign organizer.