Advance polling starts today

Early opportunity kicks off federal voting in West Shore

Advanced polling starts today.

Six locations across the West Shore are open for voters from noon to 8 p.m., Oct. 9-12 with two locations in the Esquimalt – Saanich – Sooke riding and four in the Cowichan – Malahat – Langford riding.

Colwood Pentecostal Church on Sooke Rd. and the Metchosin Community Hall on William Head Rd. host Esquimalt – Saanich – Sooke voters while four polling stations round out early West Shore voting opportunities at the Luxton Hall on Marwood Ave., Millstream elementary school on Hoy Lake Rd., the Eagle Ridge Community Centre on Langford Parkway, and the Our Lady of the Rosary church on Goldstream Ave for Cowichan – Malahat – Langford. There are no advanced polls in View Royal and the Highlands. For more information on where to vote, visit elections.ca and enter your postal code to see where to vote. The full addresses for all stations in the West Shore are below.

 

Esquimalt – Saanich – Sooke

 

Metchosin Community Hall

4401 William head Road

 

Colwood Pentecostal Church

2250 Sooke Road

 

Cowichan – Malahat – Langford

 

Luxton Hall

1040 Marwood Ave.

 

Millstream elementary school

626 Hoy Lake Road

 

Eagle Ridge Community Centre

1089 Langford Parkway

 

Our Lady of the Rosary Church

798 Goldstream ave.

 

 

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