If you’re hanging onto that transit tax ballot, you don’t have much time to act.
Canada Post spokesperson Anick Losier says the local delivery standard for Greater Vancouver is two business days.
That means, to be on the safe side, the ballot should be in the box by Tuesday’s pick-up time.
“When you put your letter into the red mailbox, take a look at the pick up time. Because if you miss the pick up time that day, it means it’s going to go into the next day, and (arrive) two business days after that.”
Ballots must be received by Elections BC by 8 p.m. on Friday. You can also drop the ballot off at one of nine Elections BC locations.
Lower Mainland voters are being asked whether they support a 0.5% increase in the sales tax to pay for transit and transportation projects.