The age of majority in British Columbia is 19 years old. That's the age when someone legally becomes an adult and can do things like vote in an election.
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, License (7) Despite any rule of law, a will or codicil executed before April 15, is deemed, for the purposes of this Act.
The age of majority is the age at which a person is considered by law to be an adult. It is 18 or 19 in Canada depending on the province or territory. Alberta: 18; British Columbia: 19; Manitoba: 18; New Brunswick: