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Voting locations across Vancouver are open on Saturday, November 15 until 8:00pm. Find out what your options are if there is a long line-up at your location.
The 2014 municipal election in the City of Vancouver has had a very significant turnout in voters. We have received a number of questions in regard to the closing of polls. The Vancouver Charter and the City Election Bylaw governs these procedures.
Voting opens for election day, November 15, at nearly 120 locations across Vancouver from 8:00am to 8:00pm at community and cultural centres, churches, the Vancouver Art Gallery, and Oakridge and International Village malls.
The advance voting polls closed on November 12. Your next opportunity to vote is on the official election day, Saturday, November 15 from 8:00am to 8:00pm.
The City is concerned with the passing of Bill C-36, Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act, as research confirms that criminalization of sex work puts those involved in sex work at further risk of increased violence.
Vancouver City Hall will be closed for Remembrance Day on Tuesday, November 11. We will reopen on Wednesday, November 12 at 8:30am. Vancouver Park's recreational facilities may be operating under reduced hours during the long weekend.
For a third year in a row, following concerted rewilding and conservation efforts, you can view the chum salmon who have returned to Still Creek. Salmon returned in 2012 for the first time in nearly 80 years and have continued their annual return since then.
Starting today, you can vote in the Vancouver 2014 Municipal Election on one of eight advance voting days at one of eight locations across the city.
The City has reached an agreement with CP Rail. CP Rail has commitment to cease all work on the Arbutus corridor until the City’s injunction application gets heard in court in December.
Come out this November to the fifth annual screening of historical films and video from the City of Vancouver Archives at the Vancity Theatre.