British Columbia does not allow corporate or business votes in local elections. If the property owned inside the Study Area is owned by and registered to a business, then the answer to the question is no.
It is important to clarify that the province does allow non-resident property electors to vote. Specifically, if a person lives in one jurisdiction and owns the property, registered in their own name, in another jurisdiction, they may vote once in the other jurisdiction, provided they:
- are 18 years or age or older
- are a Canadian citizen
- have been a resident of BC for at least six months
- have lived or owned property in the jurisdiction in which they intend to vote for at least 30 days
- are not disqualified from voting in a local election
This voter eligibility provision for "non-resident property electors" would apply to any Sorrento-Blind Bay Incorporation Referendum. Therefore, if the property owned within the Study Area is owned by a person and registered in the person's name, the person would be able to vote in a referendum.