All electors are eligible to vote during:
Voting is held from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm October 5, 12 and 15, at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre, 747 Jones Street, Qualicum Beach, BC. All ballots cast on October 5, 12 and 15, 2022 are counted after the polls close at 8:00 pm on October 15, 2022.
All eligible electors may choose to cast their vote via mail ballot. Click here to register to receive a mail ballot package.
If you are unable to mark, read or translate your ballot, an election official, friend or relative may assist you, after making a solemn declaration to not influence you and to keep your vote secret.
If you can travel to the voting place (QB Civic Centre), but find it difficult to get out of your car and into the building, you may request 'curb side' voting and election officials will bring your ballot to you! Send someone into the Voting Place, or call 250.927.5010 to request 'curb side voting' when you arrive to vote.
A single composite ballot is used for the offices of Mayor and Councillor. Candidate names are listed in alphabetical order by the last name. The Town uses an automated vote counting system. Votes marked on the ballot are 'read' by an optical scanning device in the vote counting unit.
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Chief Election Officer
Heather Svensen, Corporate Administrator
Office Hours Telephone: 250.738.2207
Voting Day Telephone: 250.927.5010
Deputy Chief Election Officer
Weslie Gould, Deputy Corporate Administrator
Office Hours Telephone: 250.738.2190
The above information has been prepared for the convenience of the public and to provide assistance in understanding the local government election process and does not cover every aspect of local elections. It is not intended to be a complete and comprehensive document nor is it a substitution for the legislation contained in Part 3 of the Local Government Act or any other act. For detailed information on all aspects of voting or running for office in local government elections, refer to the Local Government Act or visit the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development website on local government elections here.