2022 Vancouver-Quilchena By-election

Final count for the Vancouver-Quilchena by-election is complete. The Chief Electoral Officer has declared Kevin Falcon elected as the MLA for Vancouver-Quilchena.

Final voting results are shown below. Voter turnout was 27.56%.

Candidate's ballot name Affiliation Total valid votes % of popular vote
Jeanette Ashe BC NDP 2,590 24.48%
Dallas Brodie Conservative 698 6.60%
Kevin Falcon BC Liberal Party 6,200 58.61%
Sandra Filosof-Schipper Libertarian 66 0.62%
Wendy Hayko BC Green Party 1,025 9.69%

Modernizing how we vote

The 2022 Vancouver-Quilchena by-election was the first provincial by-election in B.C. conducted under the modernized Election Act. New technology was used to administer the election.

The new technology included electronic voting books and tabulators, which allowed Elections BC to provide better service to voters and report results faster on election night.

Electronic voting books are laptops that are used by election officials to cross voters off the voters list. This allows for a first-come first-served model in voting places, reducing lineups and making the voting process more efficient.

Electronic tabulators were used to count voter-marked paper ballots. Tabulators are a proven technology and have been used successfully in other provincial elections in Canada and in municipal elections in B.C.

For more information, see our Voting Modernization page.

2022 Vancouver-Quilchena By-election key dates

Date Milestone
April 2 2022 Vancouver-Quilchena By-election called
April 9, 1 p.m. Candidate nominations close
April 20, midnight Voter registration online and by phone closes
April 22 to April 27, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Advance voting
April 25, 8 p.m. Deadline to request a vote-by-mail package
April 30, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Election Day
After 8 p.m. on Election Day Initial count - Preliminary results announced
May 4 Final count - Final results announced
May 11 Writ of election returned to the Chief Electoral Officer

Who can vote

Voters were eligible to vote in the Vancouver-Quilchena by-election if they were:

The boundaries of the Vancouver-Quilchena electoral district are shown in this map.

Ways to vote

Voting for the Vancouver-Quilchena by-election is now closed. Election Day was Saturday, April 30. Advance voting was available from April 22 to April 27, 2022.

Voting safely during COVID-19

Election officials followed pandemic protocols at all voting places in the Vancouver-Quilchena by-election to help voters vote safely.


Candidate nominations for the Vancouver-Quilchena By-election closed on April 9, 2022. The final list of candidates is shown below.

Candidate name Affiliation Financial agent Official agent
Jeanette Ashe BC NDP Jaime Matten
320-34 West 7th Ave
Vancouver, BC V5Y 1L6
(604) 430-8600
Krystal Smith
34 7th Ave W
Vancouver, BC V5Y 1L6
Dallas Brodie Conservative Erik Gretland
2702-188 Keefer Pl
Vancouver, BC V6B 0J1
(604) 250-9256
Kevin Falcon BC Liberal Party Kevin Tang
PO Box 28131 Rpo West Pender
Vancouver, BC V6C 3T7
(604) 606-6000
Jennifer Chalmers
PO Box 28131 Rpo West Pender
Vancouver, BC V6C 3T7
Sandra Filosof-Schipper Libertarian Sandra Filosof-Schipper
25-840 Premier St
North Vancouver, BC V7J 2G9
(604) 968-9441
Clayton Welwood
25-840 Premier St
North Vancouver, BC V7J 2G9
Wendy Hayko BC Green Party Simon Lewis
PO Box 8088 Stn Central
Victoria, BC V8W 3R7
(888) 473-3686

Expenses limits

Expenses limits for the 2022 Vancouver-Quilchena By-election are shown below.

  • Political parties - $64,399.38
  • Candidates - $64,399.38
  • Third Party sponsors - $3,331.00

District Electoral Office

The Vancouver-Quilchena district electoral office is now closed.

Address: 200-1985 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC

Phone: 236-455-1812

Email: deovnq@elections.bc.ca

Hours of operation:

Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. | Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Voting results by voting place

Interim Statement of Votes:

Advance voting turnout

Preliminary turnout figures from advance voting are shown below.

Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Total advance turnout Total registered voters
(as of Apr 20)
817 1,007 481 906 958 1,005 5,174 38,095

Voter resources

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