Hi Trish, The information can be viewed online -
Provincial Archive of British Columbia Vital Events Index:
Marriage 1859-1934 -Birth 1872-1903 Death 1872-1989.
These are just indexes: Further informatin is found in the filmed Registrations.
DEATH Reg will show:personal information as required at the time - and as known to the informant.
Time in Municipality,Province,Canada
Place of Death. Name and Address
Date and Place of Birth. Sex.Citizenship.Race
Marital Status. Name of Spouse.
Occupation.Industry - Time at Occupation. Last worked.
Names of Parents including mothers maiden name. Place of birth of Parents - as known to Informant.
Name and address of Informant: Relationship to Deceased.
Date of Death. Cause of Death. Burial or Cremation.
Name and Address of Funeral Home, Cemetery, Physician.
MARRIAGE will show names of Bride and Groom.
Age, Marital Status, place of birth. residence. occupation.Religions.
Names of both sets of parents. including maiden name of mothers - Place of Birth of parents. Occupation of fathers.
By Licence or Banns. Place of Marriage Religious Service
Name of Minister. Names of Witnesses.
Filmed registrations can be viewed at the Provincial Archive in Victoria - Some Public and University Libraries in the Province. also some Genealogical Societies -LDS
In the past few years - Saskatchewan https://www.isc.ca/VitalStatistics/Genealogy/vsgs_srch.aspx
and Manitoba have put the Vital Events Index online.
Manitoba has Birth,Marriage,Death -not certain how complete -
Saskatchewan has Birth, Death - marriage not yet available.
Again - don't think it is complete.
While British Columbia - considers the records in the Index - Public Record - and allows free search at the Archive - libraries etc. Free Transcriptions. Photo copies for .50 cents or less - depending on copy machine.
In the other Provinces - one needs or Order the Registrations - Pay a fee for same.