The candidates running the Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies and Cariboo-Prince George ridings will faced of on Monday night in an online virtual debate.
The Prince George Citizen, Prince George Chamber of Commerce and Real Estate Board of Northern B.C. are hosted the online event.
Due to technical difficulties a recording of the debate was lost, and won't be available to view online.
In the Cariboo-Prince George riding incumbent MP Todd Doherty (Conservative Party) is facing challengers Garth Frizzell (Liberal Party), Audrey McKinnon (NDP), Leigh Hunsinger-Chang (Green Party), Jeremy Gustafson (People's Party of Canada) and Henry Thiessen (Christian Heritage Party).
In the Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies riding, incumbent MP Bob Zimmer (Conservative Party) is running against Amir Alavi (Liberals), Cory Longley (NDP), Catherine Kendall (Green Party), Ryan Dick (People's Party of Canada), David Jeffers (Maverick Party) and Phil Hewkin (Canada's Fourth Front).
General election day is Monday, Sept. 20, and advance voting closes at 9 p.m on Monday.
If you did not receive a voter information card in the mail, which tells you where and when to vote, you can register to vote online through Elections Canada until Tuesday or in person at any Elections Canada office.
You can also register at your assigned polling station on election day. To register to vote you must be a Canadian citizen, be at least 18-years-old on election day, and prove your identity and address.
There is also still time to apply to vote by mail, the deadline for applications is Tuesday.
The Elections Canada website has further information on voting, polling stations, ridings and more.