2018 General Local Elections
General Voting Day for the general local elections in British Columbia is October 20, 2018.
Unofficial election results are provided by CivicInfo BC as soon as possible after the close of voting at 8 p.m. on October 20, 2018.
Elections BC’s Role in Local Elections
Elections BC does not administer voting or candidate nominations for local elections. For information about where, when and how to vote, please contact your local jurisdiction.
Election Advertising Rules for General Voting Day
Election advertising is not allowed on October 20, General Voting Day. This includes newspaper, television or radio advertising, internet and social media advertising and automated phone calls or text messages to promote candidates or elector organizations.
More information about campaigning restrictions on General Voting Day is available here.
Candidate information as provided by the local jurisdictions. For questions about candidate nominations, please contact the local jurisdiction.
- Elector organizations
- Third party sponsors
- Summary of new rules for the 2018 General Local Elections
- 2018 General Local Elections Timeline
- Expense limits for candidates and third parties
- Interest rates for permissible loans
- 2018 Referendum on Electoral Reform advertising
Past General Local Elections
Click here for details about the 2014 General Local Elections.