Advance polls open today

Advance polling for the upcoming civic election begins today. Election Day is on Saturday, November 19, but you can beat the rush by casting your vote at the following times and locations:

November 9, 12, 15 and 16 

Time: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.:
West End Community Centre (870 Denman St.)
Renfrew Community Centre (2929 E 22nd Ave.
Sunset Community Centre (6810 Main St.
Dunbar Community Centre (4747 Dunbar St.)
City Hall (453 W 12th Ave.) 

November 10, 11, 13 and 14

Time: noon - 8 p.m.
City Hall (453 W 12th Ave.

You don't need a special reason to vote in advance. Remember to bring your “Where to Vote Cardor two pieces of ID to the voting place.

For more information on how to vote, see our voting explainer

Check out our explainer articles for more background on candidates and political parties:

Mayor Gregor Robertson explainer

Suzanne Anton explainer

Vision Vancouver explainer

NPA explainer

Ellen Woodsworth (COPE) profile

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