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I'm fairly certain it would require a legislative change to the motor vehicle act, to have tickets issued in other jurisdictions "count," for your BC driver's records.
From the www.icbc.com info center:
When you're ticketed for a traffic or driving violation under the B.C. Motor Vehicle Act or its regulations, driver penalty points (DPPs) will be recorded against your driving record.

You may also receive points against your driving record for certain Criminal Code of Canada convictions (such as impaired driving), or other offences, without getting a violation ticket.

I haven't scourred the Motor Vehicle Act, or Regulations to see if there's any changes to this since December 1.
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