B.C.’s Chief Electoral Officer has issued the writs of election for the 42nd Provincial General Election. General Voting Day will take place on Saturday, October 24.
The writ of election is a formal order signed by the Chief Electoral Officer and the Lieutenant Governor that directs a District Electoral Officer to conduct an election. An election is called when the writ of election has been issued. In a general election, a writ is issued for each of the province’s 87 electoral districts. When they are returned, the election period is officially over.
Visit our Orders of the CEO page for additional orders guiding the conduct of the 42nd Provincial General Election.
|Writs of Election||Writs of Election|
|Abbotsford South||Peace River North|
|Abbotsford West||Peace River South|
|Burnaby-Deer Lake||Port Coquitlam|
|Burnaby-Lougheed||Powell River-Sunshine Coast|
|Burnaby North||Prince George-Mackenzie|
|Cariboo North||Richmond North Centre|
|Chilliwack-Kent||Richmond South Centre|
|Coquitlam-Burke Mountain||Saanich North and the Islands|
|Kootenay East||Surrey-White Rock|
|Langford-Juan de Fuca||Vancouver-False Creek|
|Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows||Vancouver-Kingsway|
|Mid Island-Pacific Rim||Vancouver-Langara|
|Nanaimo-North Cowichan||Vancouver-Point Grey|
|North Coast||Victoria-Beacon Hill|
|North Island||Victoria-Swan Lake|
|North Vancouver-Lonsdale||West Vancouver-Capilano|
|North Vancouver-Seymour||West Vancouver-Sea to Sky|
|Oak Bay-Gordon Head|