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British Columbia Votes 2017: Where and how to vote in the Peace Region

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – With tomorrow being General Voting Day, here is what you need to know when it comes to how and where to vote.

Below will list locations General Locations for residents to vote. You can also vote at any District Electoral Office. You can vote at these offices until 4:00 p.m. on General Voting Day.

The Electoral offices for Peace River North and Peace River South are as follows:

PEACE RIVER NORTH

  • 9830 98A Avenue, Fort St. John – (250) 263-0171
  • 19-4903 51st Avenue, Fort Nelson – (250) 774-3231

PEACE RIVER SOUTH

  • 10512 13 Street, Dawson Creek – (250) 784-1311

To find where General Voting Day polling stations are located, visit: http://142.34.128.33/2017-general-election/where-to-vote/.

Your ‘Where to Vote’ card you received in the mail from Elections BC will state your voting station.

 

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IDENTIFICATION NEEDED TO VOTE

OPTION 1:

Show one of the following pieces of ID:

  • A BC Driver’s licence
  • A BC Identification Card (BCID)
  • A BC Services Card (with photo)
  • Another card issued by the Government of B.C. or Canada that shows your name, photo and address.

OR

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  • A Certificate of Indian Status

 

OPTION 2:

Show any two pieces of ID or documents that both show your name. At least one must have your current address. Examples include:

  • B.C. CareCard
  • Birth Certificate
  • Social Insurance Number Card
  • Passport
  • Citizenship Certificate
  • Old Age Security Identification Card
  • Canadian Forces Photo Identification Card
  • Firearms Possession Only Licence
  • Firearms Possession and Acquisition Licence
  • Veterans Affairs Canada Health Care Identification Card
  • Correctional Service Canada Offender Identification Card
  • BC Services Card (without photo)

Other government-issued documents:

  • Property tax assessment
  • Income tax assessment notice
  • Government cheque or cheque stub
  • Statement of government employment insurance benefits paid
  • Canada Child Tax Benefit Statement
  • Statement of Canada Pension Plan benefits
  • Statement of Old Age Security

School, College or University documents:

  • Admissions Letter
  • Report card
  • Residence acceptance
  • Transcript
  • Tuition/fees statement
  • Student card

Other documents:

  • Provincial Where to Vote card
  • Bank/credit card statement
  • Personal cheque (printed by your bank)
  • Residential lease
  • Utility bill
  • Mortgage statement
  • Insurance statement
  • Public transportation pass
  • Prescription bottle
  • Membership card
  • Hospital bracelet/document
  • Confirmation of residence (3007)
  • Statutory declaration prepared by a lawyer or notary public attesting a voter’s identity and/or residence

Moose FM and Energeticcity.ca will have comprehensive live coverage of the results on Tuesday starting at 8 p.m. We’ll be running a live blog with up to the minute results and reaction from across the riding. Plus on the Energeticcity.ca Facebook page, you’ll see a Facebook live video with results running all evening.

On Moose FM, you can listen to election updates every 15 minutes starting at 8:00 p.m.

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