It’s Election Day in Vancouver: Here’s what you need to know

Vancouver’s civic election campaign pulls into the garage and parks it for another four years as of tonight (Oct. 20).

If you haven’t voted yet, polls close at 8 p.m.

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For a list of voting stations, go HERE.

Still not sure who to vote for?

Check out who’s running for mayor HERE.

Check out who’s running for city council HERE.

Check out who’s running for school board HERE.

Check out who’s running for park board HERE.

Curious why on earth the city would put the names of these 158 candidates in random order on the ballot instead of alphabetical? Watch this helpful video HERE.

Want to know what the three capital plan borrowing questions on the ballot are? Read THIS.

Want to know where the various parties and candidates stand on the issue of housing? Read THIS.

How about whether or not they’ll continue to accept casino revenue if elected? Read THIS.

Want to know three possible outcomes of the election? Read THIS.

You can also follow the Courier’s election adventures here on our website, Twitter, Facebook and quite possibly Instagram.

Good luck.

 

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