The next election is in 2022.

Contacts
Bonny Bryant, Chief Election Officer: (604) 847-2040

Financing Disclosure Statement – Filing Deadline
Friday, January 18, 2019

Campaign Financing Disclosure Statement – Late Filing Deadline With $500 Late Filing Fee
Monday, February 18, 2019

Qualification for Office (Cultus Lake Park Commissioner)
A person is qualified to be nominated, elected and to hold office as a member of local
government at Cultus Lake Park if they meet the following criteria:

  • Canadian citizen;
  • 18 years of age or older or will be on General Voting Day;
  • Resident of British Columbia for at least six months immediately before the day nomination papers are filed;
  • Not disqualified by the Local Government Act or any other enactment from voting in an election in British Columbia; and
  • A leaseholder of the Board or person who resides in Cultus Lake Park – CLPA 1932 s.5(b).

VOTING

Proof of Residency and Identity
At least two pieces of identification are required at the time of voting. At least one must have a signature, and in combination the identification must prove both residency and identity. Legible copies of identification must be submitted with the mail-in ballots in order for the ballots to be counted. In addition to the required identification, a declaration must be signed at the time of voting.

Examples of acceptable ID for identity are:

  • BC ID Card
  • Valid BC Drivers License
  • Social Insurance Card
  • Credit Card or Debit Card with Cardholder’s Name
  • Old Age Pension ID Card
  • Valid Passport/Citizenship Card
  • BC Care Card/BC Gold Care Card
  • Continued Assistance Form SDES8
  • Owner’s Certificate of Insurance and Vehicle Registration

For Residency:

  • BC ID Card
  • Valid BC Drivers License
  • Current Utility Bill or Similar
  • Current Credit Card Statement
  • Owner’s Certificate of Insurance and Vehicle Registration

Eligible Resident Electors:

  • Are Canadian citizens;
  • Are 18 years of age or more on general voting day;
  • Have lived in BC for at least six months before registering to vote; and
  • Have lived in Cultus Lake Park* for 30 days or more before registering to vote.

*At a residential property with a 21-year lease registered with the Park Office and subject to base lease rents in accordance with Bylaw 1033.

Each eligible resident may cast one ballot after registering to vote.

Eligible Non-Resident Property Electors:

  • Are not residents but are registered leaseholders on a residential lease** at Cultus LakePark;
  • Are Canadian citizens;
  • Are 18 years of age or more on general voting day; and
  • Have lived in BC for at least six months before registering to vote.

**A residential property with a 21-year lease registered with the Park Office and subject to base lease rents in accordance with Bylaw 1033. 

If two or more non-resident property owners own a single piece of property, the majority of owners must designate – in writing on the Non-Resident Property Elector Consent Form – one owner as the non-resident property elector for that property.

NOTE: The person registering to vote MUST BE ONE OF THE INDIVIDUALS GRANTING CONSENT. The person voting must be listed at the top of the form and must also sign as an owner.

The NRPE Consent Form must be presented at the time of registration to vote, or accompany a mail-in ballot, and will not be accepted prior to voting day. Use your Cultus Lake Park street address as the Legal Property Description.

If you own residential property along with a corporation, then none of the owners of the property are eligible to vote.

A person may only register as an elector in relation to ONE parcel of real property in a jurisdiction.

Commercial leaseholders are not eligible to vote unless they meet resident or non-resident property elector criteria.

HELPFUL LINKS

For more information, please contact the Cultus Lake Park Office at: (604) 858-3334.

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