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Register to Vote in BC

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We have an election coming up in our province this year, where you can vote and make your voice heard! All eligible British Columbians can get out to vote in the next provincial general election which is scheduled for May 9, 2017. Make sure you’re registered and that your information is correct now so that […]

Voting in Vancouver

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The next civic election takes place Saturday, November 15, 2014 in Vancouver and with a voter turnout of just 35% last time, the City of Vancouver is hoping to spread the word about advanced voting, where you can vote, and voter awareness in general. Also, for the first time ever, you can vote at any […]

Rock The Vote BC 2013

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Rock the Vote BC is a non-partisan voter registration campaign to increase voter turnout among BC’s university and college students and they want to make sure that May 14, 2013 is on everyone’s calendar. In 2009, only 51% of eligible voters in BC went to the polls in the general election and more than 500,000 […]

Vancouver Election Results 2011

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The people of Vancouver have spoken (well the 34.6% of voters who turned out) and Vancouver’s Mayor is once again Gregor Robertson. Here are the results as of 11:00pm, November 19, 2011 after all 135 polls have reported: Mayor Gregor Robertson (Vision Vancouver) City Councillors Raymond Louie (Vision Vancouver), Kerry Jang (Vision Vancouver), Heather Deal […]