Advance polls for upcoming provincial election run from Oct. 15-21. (File photo)

Advance polls for upcoming provincial election run from Oct. 15-21. (File photo)

Advance polls in Cowichan for provincial election run from Oct. 15-21

Six locations in the Cowichan Valley to advance vote

Advance polls for the upcoming provincial election will be open starting this week, from Oct. 15-21, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The exception is at the District Electoral Office, located at 2-2724 Beverly St., in Duncan, where people can vote from now until Oct. 24.

The Cowichan Valley riding has six other locations where people can cast their advance votes.

They are:

• Cowichan Community Centre, Oct. 15-21

2687 James St., Duncan

• The Hub at Cowichan Station, Oct. 15-17

2375 Koksilah Rd.

• Cobble Hill Farmers Institute Hall, Oct. 19-21

3550 Watson Ave.

• Cowichan Lake Sports Arena, MP Room, Oct. 19-21

311 South Shore Rd.

• Mill Bay Community Hall, Oct. 15-17

1001 Shawnigan Lake-Mill Bay Rd.

• Shawnigan Lake Community Centre, Oct. 19-21

2804 Shawnigan Lake Rd.

People in the Nanaimo-North Cowichan riding can cast their advance votes here:

• Cowichan Exhibition, Oct. 19-21

7380 Trans Canada Highway

• Crofton Community Centre, Oct. 15-17

8104 Musgrave St.

• Royal Canadian Legion 191, Oct. 15-21

9775 Chemainus Rd.

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