COMOX, B.C. - There are drive-thru coffee businesses and banking facilities and now voters can cast their ballots at drive-thru voting bays in Comox, B.C.
For the first time in B.C., curbside voting will be available between noon and 4 p.m. on Saturday and Monday at a former car dealership, where the Comox district electoral office is located.
Local electoral officer Hildy Richardson says it's an ideal solution for people who can't leave their vehicles.
Voters can also cast their ballots at Kelowna's airport between Wednesday and Saturday, the first time in Canada that an airport has been used as a polling location.
Travellers, as well as employees and residents of local subdivisions, can vote in the terminal.
All British Columbians can vote at any advance voting place from Wednesday through Saturday before election day, on May 14.
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