B.C. ridings to be tweaked

Boundary commission calling for input from the public

B.C.’s electoral boundaries are being tweaked again and the non-partisan team overseeing the project is seeking public feedback.

The B.C. Electoral Boundaries Commission is established every second election to adjust MLA electoral districts based on population growth and movement.

Beginning Sept. 22, the commission will hold meetings in 29 B.C. communities, including Greater Victoria Nov. 3 to 7. Feedback can be submitted anytime online at bc-ebc.ca, or by mail to PO Box 9275, Stn Prov Govt, Victoria, B.C., V8W 9J6.

All submissions must be received by the commission by Nov. 16.

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