Do you have the right ID to vote in Chilliwack’s municipal election?

Chilliwack residents will need identification that proves both residency and identity

Chilliwack residents looking to cast ballots in today’s municipal election must present proof of identity and residency.

Two pieces of identification are required and at least one must have a signature. In combination, the identification must prove both residency and identity.

Here are some examples of acceptable identification:

For identity:

• B.C. I.D. Card

• B.C. driver’s licence

• Social Insurance card

• Credit card / debit card

• Old age pension I.D. card

• Passport / citizenship card

• B.C. Care Card / B.C. Gold Care Card

• Continued Assistance Form SDES8 (Now EA181)

• Owner’s certificate of insurance and vehicle registration

For residency:

• B.C I.D. Card

• B.C. driver’s licence

• Utility bill or other similar credit card statement

• Real property tax notice or B.C. assessment notice

• Owner’s certificate of insurance and vehicle registration

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