A Provincial General Election has been called for Saturday, October 24. This link provides information about key dates for the upcoming election.
The list is updated daily and shows candidates currently confirmed with Elections BC. The final list of candidates will be published after nominations close on Friday, October 2.
This offers the options to register online, in person, or by phone, mail, fax, or email.
All voters can vote by mail. This link offers the information you need to know to vote by mail.
There are many options, including a Where to Vote app for the voting place nearest you and the dates it will be open. Also, click here to use the BC Electoral District Explorer to find out which electoral district you will be voting in, or browse the Electoral District Maps for precise district boundaries.
ID is required and this link shares the 3 valid ID options.
The Office of the Provincial Health Officer and WorkSafeBC are making sure voting will be conducted safely for voters, candidates and election workers.
The Office of the Provincial Health Officer and WorkSafeBC are making sure voting will be conducted safely for voters, candidates and election workers. This site lets you know what you can expect at in-person voting places and how to cast your vote safely.
Elections BC is committed to a safe and accessible election for all voters, and services are available to help, whether you are voting in person or remotely.
Voters are entitled to four consecutive hours free from work to vote during advance voting or on General Voting Day. Go here to learn about your right to vote and what to do if your employer refuses to provide time off.
There are a variety of election worker positions. Use this handy online job line to apply now!
Translated materials will be available. Check this link for details and updates.
You can vote in a BC provincial election if you are a Canadian citizen, 18 or older on General Voting Day, and a resident of BC for the past six months. This link includes FAQs as a handy resource.
Official online portal with information on voting registration, electoral districts, registered political parties, registered candidates, election results, and more.
Learn about the part of BC’s Parliament that is elected by way of general public vote.
Digital Library Resources
Online access to major newspapers and magazines to keep up-to-date on the issues of the day in BC and throughout the world. Available to Richmond residents with a Richmond Public Library card, to non-residents with an RPL card, or an RPL-linked card.
Print books available at Richmond Public Library and online resources are listed for information about Canada’s Federal & Provincial government and the rights of all Canadians.