2019 Federal Election
The South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerce works with all levels of government to help support and promote policy choices that encourage business development. The Chamber also sees it as important that the public has the necessary resources to make informed decisions when they go to the polls during an election period. With the federal election scheduled for Monday, October 21st, we co-hosted a debate and have also created this page with useful links and information.We would like to congratulate Kerry-Lynne Findlay of the Conservative Party of Canada for being elected as our riding's Member of Parliament-elect in the 2019 Canadian federal election and we would like to thank all the candidates who put their names forward during this election cycle for their efforts and willingness to run for office.(Listed in alphabetical order of last name - click on name of each candidate and party affiliation to visit the respective website)
Friday, October 4th, 20196PM Doors Open6:30PM - 8:30 PM DebateWhite Rock Community Centre, 15154 Russell Ave., White RockOrganized by the South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerceand the White Rock BIASponsored by CARP White Rock/Surrey Chapter 11 andthe Fraser Valley Real Estate BoardWednesday, October 9th6:30PM - 9PMGracepoint Community Church3487 King George Blvd., SurreyOrganized by the Peninsula Homeless to Housing Task ForceThursday, October 10th6:30PM - 9 PMSemiahmoo House Society15306 24 Ave, SurreyHosted by the Self-Advocates of Semiahmoo (SAS)Wednesday, October 16th7 PM - 9PMWhite Rock Community Centre15154 Russell Ave, White RockHosted by the Surrey-White Rock Political Engagement SocietyNote: Translation of the discussion will be available in MandarinIf you are a community group holding an all-candidates forum for the federal election and would like to be listed on the Chamber page,please send an email to email@example.com.
- Voter ID: Check the list for the required ID to vote, click here
- Register to vote: If you are unsure if you are a registered voter, click here
- Options to vote: Did you know if you can't vote on Election Day, you have other options. Plan in advance. Listed are a few highlights, but for full details, click here
- Elections Canada offices: Voting is available now until October 15th 6PM at any Elections Canada office across Canada using the special ballot process. The closest office to South Surrey & White Rock is located at: Benchmark Business Centre, 5477 152 St., Suite 118, Surrey
- Campus Voting: Vote at select campuses across the country October 5th to October 9th. You don't need to be a student to vote on campus.
- Advance Polling Days:
- Address of your advance polling station will be on the voter information card that you will receive in the mail. After Oct 2nd, you can also check online for your advance polling station
- Dates for Advance Polling Days:
- Friday, October 11th
- Saturday, October 12th
- Sunday, October 13th
- Monday, October 14th
- Long-term care facilities - Eligible electors who live in a long-term care facility may be able to vote at a mobile polling station in their residence provided by Elections Canada. Please contact your facility administrator to find out if mobile polling will be offered in your residence. For more information, please contact Elections Canada at 1-800-463-6868.
- Election Day
- Friday, October 21st - You must vote at your designated polling station. The address of your polling place will be on the voter information card that you will receive in the mail.
- Elections Canada main page, click here
- Elections Canada page for White Rock & South Surrey, click here