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It’s general election day and unlike provincial elections, voters need to go to their assigned polling station.
You can cast your ballot between 7 am and 7 pm today and your assigned location is available on your voter information card.
If you don’t have this card, you can still vote on election day.
If you don’t have a voter information card, you need to enter your postal code on elections.ca or call 1-800-463-6868.
Unregistered electors can also enter their information online, fill a pre-filled registration certificate and bring it to the polls.
All electors need to bring proof of identity and address with them.
In the West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea-to-Sky Country riding incumbent, Pamela Goldsmith-Jones of the Liberals isn’t seeking re-election.
In the running are Liberal Patrick Weiler, Conservative Gabrielle Loren, Judith Wilson of the NDP, the Greens Dana Taylor, Robert Douglas Bebb of the People’s Party of Canada, Independent Terry Grimwood, and Gordon Jeffrey of the Parti Rhinoceros Party.
In the Nanaimo-Ladysmith riding, Paul Manly of the Greens is looking to represent the riding in Ottawa for a full term, after winning a by-election in May.
He’s opposed by Liberal Michelle Corfield, Conservative John Hirst, Bob Chamberlin of the NDP, Independent’s Geoff Stoneman and Echo White, Jennifer Clarke of the People’s Party of Canada, Brian Marlatt of the Progressive Canadian Party, and James Chumsa of the Communist Party.