Most voters are already registered but just to make sure you should verify your registration
Take the time to get to know all of your local candidates so you can make an informed vote.
You'll be asked to prove your identity when voting. Be sure your ID is up to date and not expired
Whether voting early or on election day make sure you know where you need to be.
Vote by mail to avoid the long lines of people on voting day.
If your completed ballot does not arrive back to Elections Canada by election day it will not be counted!
You must request a ballot no later than
6:00pm on Tuesday September 14
Vote early in-person and avoid the long lines on election day.
You should receive a voter information card in the mail to tell you where you can vote.
9:00am to 9:00pm
Fri Sept 10
Sat Sept 11
Sun Sept 12
Mon Sept 13
You can vote early any day of the week at your local Elections Canada office. The deadline to vote at a local office is
Local offices will open on Tuesday August 24.
If you haven't voted by mail, by special ballot, or at an advanced poll your last chance to vote is with everyone else on
7:00am - 7:00pm
You should receive a voter information card that tells you where your polling station is.