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What are some ways to find phone numbers in British Columbia?

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Phone numbers for the government of British Columbia can be found in the directory at dir.gov.bc.ca, or at the list of toll-free government numbers at eia.gov.bc.ca/contacts/tollfree.htm. People and businesses in British Columbia can be found at Canada411.

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People seeking a phone number that belongs to a department of the government of British Columbia can find contact information at the government website of the specific departmental organization. A good starting point is the government directories. People can also find contact information by visiting the home page of the British Columbia government at gov.bc.ca. Clicking on the list of organizations leads to the home page. After arriving at that home page, contact information is typically listed on the page under Contact Us. For example, the BC Housing website's contact page provides a directory for different departments in this organization. In addition to phone numbers, most governmental organizations provide email contact information and even social media links. For instance, BC Housing provides links to Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, and LinkedIn as of 2015.

When searching for a non-governmental phone number in British Columbia, Canada411 allows for people and business searches. Search options include reverse address, reverse phone, reverse postal code, and proximity listings. Businesses can be searched by category, product and service.

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