After a fast-paced 28 day campaign, today is election day in Vancouver-Mount Pleasant and Langford-Juan de Fuca.
We know it can be tempting to sleep in on a Saturday morning, but if you live in these two constituencies — and you haven’t voted already — it’s more important than ever for New Democrats to head to the polls to support Joan Phillip in Vancouver-Mount Pleasant or Ravi Parmar in Langford-Juan de Fuca.
There are plenty of polling places where you can pop in and cast your ballot — and they’re open from 8am to 8pm.
It’s fast, easy, and one of the most important things you can do to support our democracy.
If you live in Langford-Juan de Fuca, where’s where you can vote on election day for Ravi Parmar and the BC NDP:
- SEAPARC Leisure Complex, 2168 Phillips Rd
- Juan de Fuca Area Services Building, 3-7450 Butler Rd
- Shirley Community Hall, 2795 Sheringham Point Rd
- East Sooke Community Hall, 1397 Copper Mine Rd
- Crystal View Elementary School, 2662 Silverstone Way
- Four Points Sheraton, 829 McCallum Rd
- Happy Valley Elementary School, 3291 Happy Valley Rd
- The Forge Church, 2612 Sooke Rd
- Willway Elementary School, 2939 Mt Wells Dr
- District Electoral Office/Crossing at Belmont, 110-955 Reunion Ave *until 4 p.m. only*
In Port Renfrew
- Port Renfrew Community Centre, 6638 Deering Rd
- Highlands Community Hall, 729 Finlayson Arm Rd
If you live in Vancouver Mount Pleasant, here’s where you can vote for Joan Phillip and the BC NDP:
- Britannia Community Centre Gym C, 1661 Napier St
- Carnegie Community Centre, 401 Main St
- Charles Dickens Elementary School, 1010 E 17th Ave
- Grandview Elementary School, 2055 Woodland Dr
- International Village Mall, 88 W Pender St
- Kivan Club - BGC South Coast BC, 2-2875 St George St
- Mount Pleasant Elementary School, 2300 Guelph St
- Queen Alexandra Elementary School, 1300 E Broadway
- RayCam Co-operative Centre Gym, 920 E Hastings St
- Strathcona Community Centre, 601 Keefer St
- Tyee Elementary School, 3525 Dumfries St
- District Electoral Office, 615-369 Terminal Ave *until 4 p.m. only*
What do you need to bring so that you can exercise your right to vote?
There are plenty of ID options including:
- A BC driver’s licence, or
- A BC Identification Card (BCID), or
- A BC Services Card (with photo), or
- A Certificate of Indian Status, or
- Other documents or someone to vouch for you (see full list of options)
Once you’re at a voting place, Elections BC poll workers will ensure you have all the information you need to cast your ballot.
Voting in the by-election is one way you can make a big impact on your community and be part of our progressive movement to make BC better for everyone.
Have your say by voting. Let’s support Joan and Ravi and make a big impact on our province!