In a word...
From Robin Levinson King's TorStar report on the latest hard number breakdown on last year's Fed General from Elections Canada:
...Droves of young voters showed up to the polls last October, leading to the biggest gains in youth voter turnout since the new millennium.
Voter turnout increased across all age groups, growing 7.6 percentage points overall between 2011 and 2015 elections, according to data released by Elections Canada on Wednesday. The biggest gains were amongst youth between the ages of 18-24, which grew from 38.8per cent in 2011 to 56.2 in 2015...
...The next age group also made significant gains. Voter turnout for young adults between 25-34 increased by 12.1 per cent, from 45.1 per cent of eligible voters in 2011 to 56.2 per cent in 2015...
Without a shiny new face at the top of the ticket, how do the Dippers in BC get those kids to actually vote around here next May?
I have my own ideas, but I'll let you the reader weigh in first if you so choose.