If you wish to vote in advance of election day there will only be two advance voting polling stations available in the Kamloops-North Thompson District; the Barriere Lions Hall and the Clearwater Legion Hall. (Metro Creative Graphic)

Where and when to cast your ballot for the B.C. Election in Kamloops-North Thompson Riding

Mark your calendars now for the B.C. Provincial Election that will be taking place on October 24, 2020.

If you registered from voting back in 2017, you should be receiving a card in the mail from Elections B.C. If, not you can call them at 1-800-661-8683, or login online to: https://elections.bc.ca

If you wish to vote in advance of election day there will only be two advance voting polling stations available in the Kamloops-North Thompson District; the Barriere Lions Hall and the Clearwater Legion Hall, they will be open for advanced voting from Thursday, Oct. 15 to Sunday, Oct. 18, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.Polling Stations on General Voting Day (Saturday, Oct. 24) will be open from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. at the Barriere Lions Hall, North Thompson Indian Band Hall, Darfield Community Hall, Little Fort Community Hall, McLure Community Centre, and Heffley Creek Community Hall.

To find additional information on where your closest polling stations are in the Kamloops-North Thompson area you can contact the Kamloops-North Thompson District Electoral Office at: 738-362-7230, or go to: https://elections.bc.ca/docs/district-electoral-offices.pdf.

Please make sure when you turn up at a polling station hall to vote that you have valid ID showing your name and address, your voter’s card, and your own pen or pencil (if you wish). Voters are also encouraged to wear a mask to protect others while in the voting place, and while voting. Social distancing will be practiced at all polling stations

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