The digital and printable electoral maps below depict the electoral district boundaries established by the Melnick Commission in 2015. These electoral districts will be used again in B.C.’s Next Election.
|British Columbia Electoral District Explorer (BCEDE)||Digital||Current||Explore the electoral boundaries used in the 2017 Provincial General Election through an HTML5 supported browser.|
|Wall Map of Electoral Districts||Printable||Current||A large, two-sided provincial map showing all 87 electoral districts, as well as selected areas of the province.|
|Electoral District Maps||Printable||Current||Small maps each showing a single electoral district.|
|Voting Area Maps||Printable||Current||Large, detailed maps showing the voting area boundaries within each electoral district.|
|Electoral Districts in First General Election for British Columbia, 1871||Printable||Historical||Historical map showing B.C.’s electoral districts when the province joined Confederation.|
Our Location Index also provides an index of locations (municipalities, communities, post-secondary campuses, hospitals, etc.) in B.C. to help election official determine which electoral district voters live in. The index is sorted by location name and electoral district.
For previously used maps and products, including those created from the 1989, 1999, and 2008 Redistributions, contact Elections BC.
Spatial data for electoral boundaries is available through DataBC’s Data Warehouse. For a complete listing of available datasets, including shape files, kml files and conversion tables, please visit Elections BC’s page within the Data Catalogue.
Note: Elections BC does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or reliability of spatial data when used in conjunction with other spatial data. The GIS spatial data files should not be used to determine a voter’s electoral district or voting area.