Municipal elections

Voting in an election is one of the most important things a citizen can do in their community and country. Voting:

  • Strengthens our democracy
  • Gives each and every voter a voice in their local government
  • Makes us a much stronger community

Voting can take as little as 10 minutes. It’s a right we sometimes ignore or take for granted.

2018 election

Get details on the 2018 Vancouver city election.

Join the List of Future Voters

If you're 16 or 17 years old, a resident of BC, and a Canadian citizen, you can sign up to be automatically registered to vote when you turn 18.

Once registered, you'll receive important information from Elections BC about where, when, and how to vote when a provincial election is called.

Elections BC maintains the voters' list for City and provincial elections, so registering with Elections BC is an important part step to voting in the 2022 municipal election.

Sign up for the List of Future Voters

Past elections

2017 by-election

Find 2017 by-election results and candidate profiles.

2014 municipal election

View results, candidate profiles, and capital plan borrowing questions. Voter turn-out was 43.4%.

Previous elections

Learn about past elections in Vancouver, including previous election results, election documents, and campaign costs.