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BC ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION SCHEDULES SECOND PUBLIC MEETING IN DAWSON CREEK

VICTORIA – The BC Electoral Boundaries Commission has added a second public meeting in Dawson Creek to its schedule. There will now be an evening meeting on Monday, May 9, at 7:30 pm, in addition to the meeting that was already scheduled for Tuesday, May 10, at 8:30 am. The Commission has also extended the […]
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BC ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION HOLDS FINAL PRELIMINARY MEETINGS, LAUNCHES ONLINE ELECTORAL DISTRICT MAPPING APPLICATION

VICTORIA – The BC Electoral Boundaries Commission will begin the final meetings of its preliminary consultation phase next week, and now BC residents can propose changes to electoral districts through a new online mapping application.Between April 26 and May 12, the Commission will visit 15 communities in the North, Interior, and some coastal regions: Masset, […]
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BC ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION HOLDS PUBLIC MEETINGS IN SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN BC

VICTORIA – The BC Electoral Boundaries Commission will hold public meetings across South Central and Southeastern BC next week. The Commission will visit nine communities between April 4 and 8, 2022: Nelson, Trail, Radium Hot Springs, Cranbrook, Penticton, Kelowna, Salmon Arm, Revelstoke, and Kamloops.There will also be a virtual public meeting for these regions on […]
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BC ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION HOLDS PUBLIC MEETINGS ON VANCOUVER ISLAND

VICTORIA – The BC Electoral Boundaries Commission will hold public meetings across Vancouver Island next week. The Commission will visit seven communities between March 21 and 25, 2022: Victoria, Langford, Nanaimo, Port Alberni, Courtenay, Campbell River and Port McNeill.There will also be a virtual public meeting for the entire Vancouver Island region on Tuesday, March […]
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BC ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION WELCOMES PUBLIC INPUT

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Electoral Boundaries Commission is reviewing the province’s electoral district boundaries and invites input from the public.
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