Why will you be a voter?

We don’t have a bunch of celebrities urging you to vote like that other big election happening soon. What we have is people like you who are concerned about the future and the health of your communities, your jobs and your families and friends.

For your health and well-being, and the health and well-being of your loved ones, you need clean air to breathe, clean water to drink, and healthy food to eat. These need to be top priorities, and any COVID recovery projects or any BC government investments in infrastructure should never pollute your air, water and food.

This BC election is your chance to help elect your local representative who will stand up for your health.

The BC election is tomorrow, Saturday, October 24, and your vote counts. If you haven’t voted yet, here are your options:

    1. If you received your mail-in vote package and have not returned it, DO NOT mail it. You can drop it off at any polling station tomorrow. Wear a protective mask or face covering as per provincial health recommendations.
    2. Vote in person on election day. Vote at your local polling station tomorrow, Saturday, October 24 from 8 AM-8PM (Pacific time).
      Bring your ID and wear a protective mask or face covering as per provincial health recommendations. 
    3. Services for at-risk voters and voters with disabilities
      Telephone voting is available for a limited set of voters who are unable to vote independently by other means.

Remember, your vote counts. Please make sure you vote.