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Use this guide to find specific information for community focused projects and classes including DHYG210 & DHYG310. Need additional help? Please don't hesitate to contact us.

Voting in the 2022 Municipal Elections

Many factors affect health, including the decisions we make as a community. That is part of the reason why civic engagement is so important. On October 15, 2022 municipalities across BC will vote on specific questions about programs and elect local government representatives for positions such as Mayor, City Counsellors, Park Board, and School Trustees.

For information on the October 15, 2022 municipal elections check out the links below and your city's website!

BC Elections

  • Voter's Guide to Local Elections in BC
    • Information on eligibility and how to vote. Including: "I live in one jurisdiction and attend school in a different one – can I vote in both places? No. You can only vote in one jurisdiction when you live away from your usual place of residence to attend an educational institution. You may choose to vote either where you attend school or your usual place of residence."

City of Vancouver

Voting at UBC

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