To register as a resident elector, you need two pieces of identification that prove who you are and where you live – one piece must include your signature. If the identification provided does not establish where you live, you will also need to make a solemn declaration as to your residency.
To register as a non-resident property elector, you need two pieces of identification that prove who you are and where you live – one piece must include your signature. You must also bring the following documentation:
- if applicable, a consent form signed by a majority of registered owners authorizing you to register as the property’s non-resident property elector,
- proof of ownership such as a property tax notice, assessment notice, or certificate of title.
Acceptable identification includes:
- BC Driver’s Licence
- BC Identification Card
- BC Services Card
- Credit or Debit Card
- Residential Property Tax Notice
- Utility Bill
- Citizenship Card
- ICBC Certificate of Insurance
- Social Insurance Card.
- Firearms Certification
Please note: The combined BC Driver's Licence and Services Card is considered one piece of ID.