You can drop by until 8 p.m. today and cast your ballot in the advance poll.
Today (October 4) early voting is happening at City Hall for a Vancouver council by-election.
The Vision Vancouver school board candidate says she wants to work to accelerate the district’s seismic program and help schools engage children of all ages.
Did you really think that sweet ride was just for cruising around town?
She wants the Vancouver school board to implement a class-size and composition policy and achieve timely completion of seismic upgrades, among other objectives.
Swanson, a long-time antipoverty activist, has called for a rent freeze and a mansion tax to make housing more affordable for tenants.
With nine candidates running for a seat on city council, Vancouverites might have a hard time deciding how to vote in the upcoming munici
The party's cofounder says it's time to stop residents being priced out of areas they've called home.
In a video recorded on July 25, NPA council candidate Hector Bremner speaks against a residential development that's planned for the neighbourhood where he lives.
According to Davies, Swanson "has integrity, authenticity, courage, and an enormous determination to always speak out for what is needed".
The mayor’s Vision Vancouver party has named its youngest candidate in its history to run in the October 14 council by-election.
A candidate in October’s city council by-election received a lift today (September 1) from a notable out-of-town guest to Vancouver.
Four of the candidates of the ruling civic party are former school trustees.
Vancouver is six weeks away from a by-election but while a number of parties have declared candidates, the city’s big two are not among them.
COPE’s decision will likely be greeted with approval from left-leaning voters who otherwise have a glut of candidates to choose from.
Jamie Lee Hamilton will run under the banner of the Independent Democratic Electors Alliance.
Four hopefuls, including independent candidate Jean Swanson, vie for COPE’s nomination on August 29.
Carrie Bercic and Erica Jaaf hope to be elected as school trustees.
Janet Fraser, Estie Gonzalez, and Judy Zaichowsky's names will be on the ballot on October 14.
It's getting crowded on the left side of the spectrum as candidates line up to try to win the council seat previously held by Geoff Meggs.
Fraser Ballantyne has worked in the Vancouver school district in various capacities before he was first elected in 2011.
The Coalition of Progressive Elections holds its nomination meeting on August 29.
The board of directors is expected to decide on a lineup before the end of August.
COPE holds its nomination meeting for council and school board on August 29.
In the last election, she attracted more votes than any other candidate on the ballot with the exception of Mayor Gregor Robertson.