Voting for People and the Planet


GENERAL VOTING DAY - Saturday November 15, 8am-8pm

Where to Vote on November 15

Eligible voters can vote at any of the Voting Places on General Voting Day

Burnside Campus, 3130 Jutland Road
Central Baptist Church, 834 Pandora Avenue
Cook Street Village Activity Centre, 380 Cook Street
James Bay Community School, 140 Oswego Street
James Bay New Horizons Centre, 234 Menzies Street
Margaret Jenkins School, 1824 Fairfield Road
Oaklands School, 2827 Belmont Avenue
Quadra School, 3031 Quadra Street
St. Barnabas Church, 1525 Begbie Street
Sir James Douglas School, 401 Moss Street
Victoria High School, 1260 Grant Street
Victoria West School, 750 Front Street

Voter Qualifications

In order to be eligible to vote as a resident elector on Voting Day you must satisfy all of the following criteria:

age 18 or older
Canadian citizen
resident of British Columbia for at least 6 months immediately before the day of registration
resident of the City of Victoria for at least 30 days immediately before the day of registration
not disqualified by any enactment from voting in an election or otherwise disqualified by law.

What's On the Ballot
The ballot will be double-sided and contain five sections where a voter may cast a vote for:

1 Mayor
8 Councillors
9 School District Trustees (School District 61)
Non-binding questions on
3 Council candidate nominees from the City of Victoria to the Capital Regional District Board
A question regarding municipal amalgamation, worded as follows:
Are you in favour of reducing the number of municipalities in Greater Victoria through amalgamation?

What to Bring
To vote, bring:

Your Voter Card (if it arrived by mail)
Two pieces of ID

For more information, call us at 250.882.9302 or go to

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  • Kelly Manning
    commented 2015-04-13 22:56:59 -0700
    Still spamming me after all these months.

    Why doesn’t your unsolicited bulk email include an un-subscribe link?

    Subject : Upcoming Events: Lessons from Greece, “Call Mr. Robeson” play & Block Bill C-51 Party
  • Kelly Manning
    commented 2014-11-15 10:07:17 -0800
    I have been receiving unsolicited political spam from Mr. Isitt since attending a UVIc panel discussion about privacy and personal information security during the past year.

    They circulated a voluntary attendance sign up sheet, asking for names and email addresses. i use a made up name and a throwaway email alias, as an experiment in whether the information might be used in ways that were inconsistent with the subject of the topic.

    Isitt spam started arriving addressed to the alias within weeks, and has recently been joined by political spam from apparently related political groups and individuals.

    Should I be disappointed that a “social progressive” has so little regard for privacy, or should I be happy that my cynicism was confirmed as being well founded?

    Privacy is actually a Conservative value, since it support autonomy and independence. Socialists thing that people should have no alternative to being socially engaged.