Who can vote?
You can vote in a provincial election if you:
- are a Canadian citizen,
- will be at least 18 years old on General Voting Day, and
- have been a resident of B.C. for the six months immediately before General Voting Day
What do you need to vote?
To vote you need one of the following:
- One piece of identification with your current address that is a BC Driver’s licence, BC ID Card, or BC Services card
- A certificate of Indian Status
- Any two other pieces of ID that together show your name and current address. Pieces of mail such as a bank statement or utility bill are acceptable to show your current address.
- Someone in the same electoral district or a family member vouch for your identity. For more details on the vouching system visit Elections BC
How do I register to vote?
You can register to vote online before April 11:
If you don’t register to vote in advance you can still vote! At any polling station in the province you can also register to vote at the time you cast a ballot.
You can vote for a candidate in your electoral district at any polling station in BC! See the map below to find your closest polling station.
I only live in Kamloops for school, where do I vote?
You can choose where to vote! If you live in two places – one while at school, the other while away from school, choose which one you consider home and bring identification that includes that address.