Where to vote

  • Nov. 18, 2011 5:00 p.m.

Polls will be open in each of the main communities on Haida Gwaii Saturday (Nov. 19) from 8 am until 8 pm for local government elections. Here’s where to vote:. In Old Massett, the voting place is at the Haida Health Centre. Old Massett residents can vote here for school trustee and Area D regional district director. Other residents of Area D (rural Graham Island) can vote here for the regional district director.. In Masset, the voting place will be at the Howard Phillips Community Hall. Residents of Masset can vote here for council members.. In Port Clements, the voting place will be at the multi-purpose building. Residents of Port can vote here for council members and mayor.. In Tlell, the voting place will be at the Fire Hall. Residents of Area D can vote here for regional district director.. In Skidegate, the voting place will be at the Skidegate Community Hall on Front Street. Residents of Skidegate can vote here for school trustee and regional district director. Other residents of Area D can vote here for regional district director.. In Queen Charlotte, the voting place will be at the Queen Charlotte Community Hall. Residents of Queen Charlotte can vote here for council members.. In Sandspit, the voting place will be at the Lord of Life Community Church on Beach Road. Residents of Moresby Island can vote here for Area E regional district director. You can vote in local government elections as long as you are over the age of 18, a Canadian citizen, have lived in BC for the past six months, and have lived in the village or jurisdiction where you are voting for at least the past 30 days. You do not need to own property in order to vote. Check back at this website Saturday night for the latest election results.

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