You can vote at any election office before October 15, here is how

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What you need to know about voting early in the Federal Elections 2019

What you need to know about voting early in the Federal Elections 2019

There are over 500 Elections Canada offices open across Canada. Vote at any one of them before Tuesday, October 15, 6 p.m. You can vote at any election office before October 15, here is how: You will vote using the special ballot process.  What you need to know about voting in the Federal Elections 2019 is all available at your finger tips.

At election time, Canadians want quick and easy access to the information they need to vote and make sense of issues that are often misunderstood. Many people do not realize they can vote earlier than the scheduled advanced polling dates.  If you are located on the West Island and want to vote right away here are the three locations you can do so.  Please consult the link below to confirm times.

Find your polling stations for the advanced polling as well as the general election at this link to Elections Canada.

 

Campus Voting

John Abbott College
Casgrain Building — Student Lounge, Room 187
21275 Lakeshore Street
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue QC H9X3L9

HSBC Building
1000 St-Jean Boulevard, Suite 715
Pointe-Claire QC H9R5P1

Elections Canada
14885 Pierrefonds Boulevard
Pierrefonds QC H9H4M5

 

Elections Canada works continually to register more than 27 million electors in the National Register of Electors. That’s because the voter registration picture is constantly changing.

As of September 2019, 96.3 percent of all eligible electors were included in the Register, and 93.2 percent of registered electors were listed at their current address.

Checking and updating your registration ensures that you will receive a voter information card delivered to the correct address with all the information you need to know where and when you can vote.

 

Find your polling stations for the advanced polling as well as the general election at this link to Elections Canada.

 

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