Here you'll find all the information you need on how and where you can vote in Montreal on October 21. And you must live in the Prince Albert riding to vote here.
Or, you can use Elections Canada's Voter Information Service.
Can I vote at an Elections Canada office?
Voters also can cast a ballot at any Elections Canada office until 6 p.m. on October 15.
Zain Ahmad, a first-time federal voter and University of Toronto student, said that the voting process was "really easy and straightforward".
Advance polling stations will open at 9 a.m. through 9 p.m.
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The country's top court ruled the restriction unconstitutional and the Canada Elections Act was subsequently amended to adjust for the change in Bill C-76.
There are 1,305 advance polling stations in Ontario and 3,802 in Canada.
No. If you'd like to share your experience and encourage others to vote, you are permitted to take a photo outside the polling station. "We're just trying to get the word out to people that we're interested in people coming to work for Elections Canada on elections day", he said on Friday.
How do I register to vote?
To vote, people need to be a Canadian citizen, at least 18 years old and prove their identity and address. Options for identification include photo ID including your name and current address, or two pieces of ID including a voter registration card and some form of government-issued ID, or statement from a utility or bank. In 2015's pilot program, only 39 campuses were involved.
Dugald Maudsley, regional media adviser with Elections Canada, said the agency is looking to hire poll workers for election day in 14 electoral districts in the Toronto area.