municipal election British Columbia municipal elections BC
municipal election British Columbia municipal elections BC
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municipal election British Columbia municipal elections BC

Across BC general elections are held every three years for mayors, councillors, regional district electoral area directors, school board trustees and Islands Trust trustees pursuant to the BC Local Government Act (RSBS 1996 Chapter 323) Part 3 and 4. Candidates are voted in for a three-year term.

General voting day is always the third Saturday in November. This year, general voting day falls on November 15, 2008. Candidates are voted in for a three-year term

This site will provide you with information about the election process as it generally applies across British Columbia. Please contact your municipality directly for the location of your polling station for the November 15, 2008 elections.

BC Voters Guide Election FAQ

 
  • Check your property tax receipt to confirm in which municipality you reside and are eligible to vote in.

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