Answer

If you are already registered to vote, you will receive a voter card in the mail that you can bring with you to cast your ballot.

If not, don't worry. There are two ways to register when you go to vote!

Provide two pieces of identification

  • Both pieces must show your name
  • At least one piece must show your address
  • At least one piece must include your signature

OR

Provide one piece of identification and make a solemn declaration

  • If you have only one piece of ID, you may also make a solemn declaration in front of the person in charge of the voting place

 

Acceptable identification

  • Band membership card or Certificate of Indian Status
  • BC CareCard
  • BC Driver’s Licence
  • BC Identification Card (BCID)
  • BC Services Card
  • Canadian Citizenship Card
  • Canadian Passport
  • Debit or credit card
  • Government cheque or cheque stub
  • Old Age Security Identification Card
  • Prescription medication containers
  • Property tax assessment/notice
  • Social Insurance Number Card
  • Student card
  • Utility bill

 

If you have no fixed address

If you live in Vancouver and have no fixed address or postal address, register to vote by providing the name and/or address of a shelter or social service agency you go to in Vancouver, or the address of your voting place.