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Elections BC
A non-partisan office responsible for administering the Election Act, Recall and Initiative Act, Referendum Act and Local Elections Campaign Financing Act.
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Elections BC 16h
Replying to @StevenEidher
You can also find your electoral district here: , and a list of candidates here: .
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Elections BC 16h
Replying to @StevenEidher
A list of registered political parties is available on our website here:
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Elections BC 16h
Replying to @StevenEidher
As a non-partisan office, we do not provide information about candidate or party platforms.
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Elections BC 16h
We're sorry to hear there was an error with your info. Pls update your voter information at any voting place in the province when you vote.
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Elections BC 17h
Replying to @votepopup
Shelters and social service agencies can provide voters with a Confirmation of Residence form, which can be used as 1 of 2 pieces of ID.
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Elections BC 17h
Replying to @jakemadrigal10
See here for info about Election Act provisions for time off work for voting .
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Elections BC 17h
Advance voting is April 29-30, and May 3-6. Learn more at:
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Elections BC 18h
2017 Nisga’a School District and 2017 Cariboo-Chilcotin School District By-Elections Disclosure Statements Available
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Elections BC Apr 21
For questions about the Residential Tenancy Act, please follow up with the Residential Tenancy Branch: .
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Elections BC Apr 21
Replying to @NeuInVancouver
You must be a Canadian citizen, 18 or older on May 9, and resident of BC for the past 6 months to vote in the provincial election.
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Elections BC Apr 21
Two new electoral districts have been added for the 2017 BC General Election. Find your district online at
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Elections BC Apr 21
Replying to @MissMiffy127
There are no provisions under the Election Act that prevent automated calls. CRTC rules may apply: .
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Elections BC Apr 21
Replying to @stephfowler_
There are no provisions around this under the Election Act. Pls see section 30 of the Residential Tenancy Act
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Elections BC Apr 21
Replying to @NotTheNormBC
Any other questions, let us know!
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Elections BC Apr 21
Replying to @NotTheNormBC
Or, use our Where to Vote application
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Elections BC Apr 21
Replying to @NotTheNormBC
For voting places, see the lists of advance and general voting places here
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Elections BC Apr 21
Replying to @NotTheNormBC
All eligible voters can register, update their voter registration, and vote at any voting place in BC.
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Elections BC Apr 21
Replying to @NotTheNormBC
Thanks for your feedback. Online and phone registration closed Apr 11, but voters can still register or update their info when they vote.
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Elections BC Apr 21
Do you have questions about the 2017 BC Election? Call us at 1-800-661-8683. We’re here to help!
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Elections BC Apr 21
Replying to @BemusedShepherd
Sorry about that - correct link is
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