Your guide to where you can vote

Today, Tuesday May 14, is provincial election day - see Thursday's edition of The NEWS for all the comments and results

  • May. 14, 2013 12:00 p.m.

Helen Cole

Today, Tuesday, May 14, is general voting day for the provincial election.

You can cast your ballot any time from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and the general voting places in our region for the Parksville Qualicum constistuency are:

• Christian Fellowship Centre, 825 Village Way, Qualicum Beach

• St. Columba Presbyterian Church, 921 Wembley Rd, Parksville

• Qualicum Beach Civic Centre, 747 Jones St, Qualicum Beach

• Nanoose Place, 2925 Northwest Bay Rd, Nanoose Bay

• Parksville Comm & Conf Centre, 132 Jensen Ave E, Parksville

• Lasqueti Comm Centre, 206 Main Rd, Lasqueti Island

• Parksville Fellowship Baptist Church, 550 Pym St N, Parksville

Alberni-Pacific Rim constituency

The voting places in our region for thgose who live in the Alberni-Pacific Rim constituency are:

• Coombs Comm Hall, 2595 Alberni Hwy, Coombs

• Bradley Centre, 975 Shearme Rd, Coombs

• Lighthouse Comm Centre, 240 Lions Way, Bowser.

— NEWS Staff/Elections B.C.

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