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In order to vote, a person must be:
• 18 years old or older; and,
• A Canadian citizen; and,
• A resident of BC for at least 6 months previously, and,
• A resident of the area for at least 30 days previously OR an owner of property in the area for at least 30 days previously; and,
• Must not be disqualified by law (currently incarcerated or having been convicted of election offenses).
YES! Mail-in voting is now available for the by-election! Registration is now closed.
If you already registered: Packages will be mailed out with instructions on how to complete and return a ballot. Completed ballots can be returned by mail, dropped off at any voting venue on advance voting days and general voting day, or dropped off at City Hall’s drop box, available seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
Ballots must be received by the end of voting on February 13, 2021, general voting day. It is the voter’s responsibility to ensure ballots are returned on time. Ballots received after 8:00 pm on February 13, 2021 will not be counted. Due to the potential for postal delays, residents are encouraged to drop off their ballots at City Hall or on one of the advance voting days, if possible.
A person is a resident of the area where the person lives.
Yes, if the requirements of a resident elector are met.
No, you must be a Canadian Citizen to vote.
Yes. The person translating for you must sign a solemn declaration before providing
any assistance. Speak to the presiding election official at the voting place for further
At least one must have a signature. In combination, the identification must prove both residency and identity.
TAKE NOTE: IF YOUR DRIVER’S LICENCE AND CARE CARD ARE COMBINED INTO ONE CARD THAT IS CLASSIFIED AS ONLY ONE PIECE OF ID