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When And Where To Vote

If your name and address are on the list of electors (which is also referred to as the voters list), you will receive a notice of registration card by mail. It will tell you when and where you can vote. You may vote only once in a provincial election.

If you do not receive a notice of registration card, you can find out where and when you can vote in many different ways:

Where you vote is determined by where you live. Your voting location for Election Day, advance poll voting and returning office are based on your address, which means you may vote only at the locations assigned to you.