Who can vote?

You can vote in Victoria's 2018 municipal election if you are:

- 18 years old or older
- a Canadian citizen and resident of British Columbia for at least 6 months
- a resident of the City of Victoria for at least 30 days (see map - Oak Bay, Saanich, and Esquimalt residents are not permitted to vote)
- not disqualified by any enactment from voting in an election or otherwise disqualified by law

How to vote

If you're on the Provincial Voters List, you're already registered to vote. If not, you can register in person when you vote (just remember to bring ID!).

You need two pieces of identification:
a Voting Card (if you receive one in the mail)
BC Driver's Licence or Services card
Certificate of Indian Status
Post-secondary student card
Birth Certificate or Canadian Passport
Canadian Forces Identification
Social Insurance or Citizenship Card
Credit card or debit card
Utility bill in your name

Visit the city's website for a full list of accepted documents.

Where and when to vote

Advanced voting is available on October 10th, 12th, 15th, and 17th. Election day is October 20th.

City Hall
8am - 8pm
Camosun College Interurban, Huber Hall
8am - 6pm
Our Place (919 Pandora)
8am - 6pm
City Hall
8am - 8pm
UVic Student Union Building
8am - 6pm

Polls are open 8am - 8pm at 12 locations throughout Victoria on October 20th:


This website was haphazardly created by unaffiliated Victoria resident, Danielle Leduc McQueen.

All information was compiled and collected in my spare time from candidate websites, newspaper articles, and LinkedIn profiles. I’ve tried to reference sources where relevant and keep a neutral stance, but this website was necessarily informed by my perspectives - I’m a believer in the importance of democracy, and think government should be informed, policy-driven, and inclusive. I'm also a millennial renter, and new mom.

I created this site to hopefully encourage more people (especially young people) to get interested in municipal politics, get informed, and get voting.

I hope to continue to edit and update candidate summaries as the election approaches and more information becomes available.


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