You can download the following educational resources to help you learn and teach about Ontario provincial elections, or complete a resource order form to request hard copies.
Voter Rights poster
The Voter Rights poster informs you of your rights on voting day.
Use this timeline to learn about elections and democracy in Canada - with a focus on Ontario.
Voters list handout
Use this handout to learn about the voters list and steps you can take to get on it.
About Elections Ontario handout
Use this handout to learn about Elections Ontario; what we do and how we can help you vote.
We are updating our materials because of new legislation. A new law was passed since the creation of Voting Rules! that enabled Elections Ontario to create the Ontario Register of Future Voters, a register for 16- and 17-year-olds who wish to pre-register to vote. In the meantime, please use the Addendum to continue using the current Grade 10 edition of Voting Rules!
Voting Rules! is the civics education program that Elections Ontario and Elections Canada developed for Grade 5 and 10 teachers in Ontario. The program features lesson plans, activities, and information on democracy, elections and voting in Ontario and Canada.
The Voting Rules! teacher toolkits are available at no cost in English and French, and in alternate format.
There are two teacher toolkits one for Grade 5 and one for Grade 10. Teachers can pick from a number of lesson plans and choose learning tasks to suit the needs of their classes and students. Each program finishes with the class administering and delivering a mock election.
This brochure describes the electoral process and voter’s rights. These brochures are sent every year to school boards, which distribute them to their students who are turning 18.
Voting in Ontario brochures are available at no cost in English and French, and in alternate format upon request.
The Voting in Ontario presentation makes it easy to learn about elections. It includes information about Ontario’s provincial electoral process. It also has information about who can vote, how to vote and when to vote.
With voting comes the power to make decisions about yourself, your community, and your future. Learn more about the Ontario Register of Future Voters: