Today is the day!
A lot has changed since the last federal election — including the ID voters need to show to cast a ballot — so here is your guide for voting day.
You need to prove your identity and address to vote in person, & they recommend that you bring your voter identification card to avoid delays, but the card isn’t required.
- One piece of ID is enough if it’s your driver’s licence, provincial or territorial ID, or any other government card printed with your name, photo and current address.
- Or: two pieces of other ID — including a passport, library card, or credit card statement — can be used together, as long as one has your current address.
The voter information card that comes in the mail is not enough!! You need to bring ID, too!
Polls are open from: 7 a.m. — 7 p.m in BC.
Check out up to the minute results here: