In Canada, recall is a process unique to BC. It is a process that a registered voter can petition to remove a Member of the Legislative Assembly from office.
A voter can only petition to recall the Member for the electoral district in which they were registered to vote in the most recent election.
Recall is an essential component of democracy, and British Columbians are very fortunate to own this right. To prevent this democracy process from being abused, a successful recall requires the voter must collect signatures from more than 40% of voters eligible to sign the petition in that electoral district.
For more details, please visit Elections BC: http://elections.bc.ca/recall-initiative/recall/