The candidate nomination period for British Columbia’s 41st Provincial General Election closed at 1 p.m. (Pacific time) on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
There are 371 candidates representing 18 registered political parties.
33 candidates are running as independents, and two candidates are running as neither independent nor as representatives of a registered political party.
|PARTY BALLOT NAME||CANDIDATES|
|BC Action Party||2|
|BC Cascadia Party||2|
|BC Citizens First Party||1|
|BC Conservative Party||10|
|BC Green Party||83|
|BC Liberal Party||87|
|BC Social Credit Party||2|
|Christian Heritage Party of B.C.||5|
|Communist Party of BC||6|
|Land Air Water-The L.A.W.||1|
|The Vancouver Island Party||4|
|Your Political Party of BC (YPP)||10|
In the 2013 Provincial General Election, 376 candidates were nominated, representing 19 registered political parties.
Eligible voters can vote at any district electoral office, by mail, at advance voting on April 29 – 30 and May 3 – 6, and on General Voting Day, May 9. All eligible voters can vote at any voting place in B.C.
The full list of candidates for the 87 Provincial Electoral Districts can be viewed here
Coralee Oakes - BC Liberal Party (incumbent)
Scott Elliott - BC NDP
Tony Goulet - BC Conservative Party
Richard Jacques - BC Green Party
Donna Barnett - BC Liberal Party (incumbent)
Sally Watson - BC NDP
Rita Giesbrecht - BC Green Party