In Canada all Divorces are governed by the Federal Divorce Act.
However, each province has its own individual provincial Family Laws which will affect your Divorce in some manner.
For full information about Divorce in Quebec you can visit the Quebec Provincial website.
Divorce New Brunswick: For full information about Divorce in New Brunswick and for answers to commonly asked questions. This is a site created by the Public Legal Education and Information Services of New Brunswick.
A local lawyer will also be familiar with the Family Law Act in your province, and will be able to guide you through the entire Divorce process.
Divorce British Columbia: In BC the provincial act that covers Family Law is the Family Law Act of BC.
Federal regulations for best-before dates on perishable goods mandate that the year/month/day format be used, but with the month spelled out.
The year is only required if the date is beyond the current year.
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