In B.C. General Local Elections are held every four years. In the City of Langley, these include the election of a Mayor and six Councillors to City Council and the election of two School Trustees to the Board of School District No.35. Elections are conducted according to the rules and regulations set out in the Local Government Act, the Community Charter and the School Act.
The next scheduled General Voting Day is October 20, 2018.
Information will be added shortly.
When is the next provincial election?
No information at this time.
If a person registers for the federal election are they automatically registered for the provincial election?
No, residents need to register with Elections BC to get on the provincial voters list, which is used by municipalities for the municipal election. Contact Elections BC at 1-800-661-8683 or register online at http://www.elections.bc.ca
When is the Federal General Election?
The next fixed election date is October 21, 2019. The Chief Electoral Officer may recommend an alternate day for a fixed-date general election if the date set for polling is not suitable for that purpose.
That said, the Canada Elections Act does not prevent a general election from being called at another date.
General elections are called when, on the advice of the Prime Minister, the Governor General dissolves Parliament. The Governor in Council (the Governor General, acting on the advice of Cabinet) sets the date of the election.
How do I register for the Federal Election?
Call Elections Canada 1-800-463-6868 or visit their website at http://www.elections.ca
Who is eligible to vote in the federal election?
A Canadian citizen must be 18 or older on Election Day and are registered to vote.
Am I registered to vote in the Federal Election?
If you are registered to vote you should receive a voter information card in the mail. If you do not get a voter information card contact Elections Canada.