FAQs

What is the address for the land title office?

The LTSA has land title offices in Kamloops, New Westminster and Victoria. For hours and address information, visit...

What does it mean to have title to land in British Columbia?

In British Columbia, ownership of land is referred to as title to land (land title) and is documented by registration through the LTSA. Once...

Why can't the land title office give me legal advice?

Land title staff are unable to advise on legal rights or actions associated with land titles and charges. The Registrar of Land Titles and staff...

What is a Parcel Identifier (PID)?

A Parcel Identifier or PID is a nine-digit number that uniquely identifies a parcel in the land title register of in BC. The Registrar of Land...

How can I find the Parcel Identifier (PID) for a property?

You can search for a PID using ParcelMap BC, the LTSA's online map of active...

Angela Wesley, ICD.D, is a partner in Wes-Can Advisory Services. Since 1992 she has provided advisory and facilitation services to First Nations and other governments throughout British Columbia in the areas of strategic planning, land management, community development, communications, community engagement, and governance capacity building and development. 

A highlight of Angela’s career over the past 25 years has been her role as an active participant on the team that worked to negotiate and ratify the Maa-nulth Treaty resulting in her own First Nation (Huu-ay-aht) and 4 others becoming self-governing as of April 2011. She continues to participate in actively implementing the treaty with Huu-ay-aht and serves as the Maa-nulth representative on the tripartite implementation committee with BC and Canada representatives. Angela has also been invited to share her experiences with other First Nations in British Columbia, as well as nationally and internationally.

Angela serves as Speaker (Legislative Chairperson) for the Huu-ay-aht First Nations Legislature and Annual People’s Assemblies. She has been the Board Chair/President for the Huu-ay-aht First Nations Group of Businesses (Fisheries, Forestry, Gravel, Hospitality, Lands, Management, Market) since 2012 and continues to actively serve on various committees for her Nation.  She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Royal British Columbia Museum, a Director for the New Relationship Trust and the Toquaht Holdings Boards, and served on the Board of Governors for the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology for 7-1/2 years as an Executive Committee member and as Chair. 

Angela resides in her husband Gerald's traditional territory of Kitsumkalum in Terrace, BC and enjoys the company and teachings of her 10-year old grandson, Drakon.