“Elections BC is working as quickly as possible to process parcel requests, produce mail-in voting parcels and send them to Canada Post for delivery,” he said in a statement.
“It is possible that voters, especially those requesting a voting kit this week, will receive their postal voting kit after the recommended deadline for mailing it back on October 17. “
It says that if a voter receives a package after the deadline, they must return it in person to a designated drop-off location. Or, he says, they can vote in person during advance polls or on polling day.
Elections BC claims to have already received, as of October 13, more than 138,000 completed postal voting kits.