- Register to vote. Registered voters will receive updates from Elections BC when an election is called, this includes information about where, when, and how to vote. Register here or you can also register during an election when you arrive at the voting location.
- Place your vote:
- on Election Day at any of the voting locations.
- During advance voting at an advance voting location.
- at a district electoral office.
- by mail.
What do I need to register to vote?
In BC, you need one of the following:
- a BC driver’s licence
- a BC Identification Card (BCID)
- a BC Services Card (with photo)
- a status card
Someone can vouch for you if you don’t have ID. This person must be a registered voter from your electoral district, a family member, or a person with the legal authority to make personal care decisions for you. See more on vouching here.
How do I register to vote?
To register on the Provincial Voters List, you must be:
- A Canadian citizen
- 18 or older, and
- A B.C. resident for the past 6 months
If you are 16 or 17 years old, a Canadian citizen and a resident of B.C., you can join the List of Future Voters. Then you will be automatically added to the Provincial Voters List when you turn 18. This will make it easier for you to receive information about voting from Elections BC
You can register on the Provincial Voters List or List of Future Voters: