Provincial Voter Registration Month
March 2018 was recognized by the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as Provincial Voter Registration Month! Through a province-wide advertising campaign and series of campus visits and community events, we worked hard to encourage Ontarians to confirm, update or add their information to the Voters List using e-Registration.
Voters who are registered will receive a Voter Information Card in the mail, which will include important information about where, when and how to vote in the general election on June 7.
We also used Provincial Voter Registration Month as an opportunity to inform 16 and 17 year olds that they can now register to become Future Voters online using e-Registration. Information from the Ontario Register of Future Voters is automatically transferred to the Voters List when a person turns 18.
Throughout Provincial Voter Registration Month, we appeared in communities across Ontario to encourage voters to confirm, update or add their information to the Voters List using e-Registration. We visited sports games, cinemas, and community centres to make sure as many Ontarians as possible know how easy it is to get ready for election day on June 7.
Presentation to the CFUW
Niagara Falls Home and Garden Show
North York Canada Job Expo Activation
Oakville GO Activation
USports Men’s Volleyball Championship
USports Women’s Hockey Championship
On March 15, we were in London at the USports Women’s Hockey Championships. Elections Ontario cheered on voters as they registered online in preparation for Ontario’s June election. Are you ready? Register online today!
U Sports Track and Field Championships
PVRM Launch at the Legislative Assembly
To promote elector engagement among voters aged 18-24, we visited around 50 post-secondary campuses across Ontario throughout March. During these visits, we provided information and assistance to students on how to confirm, update or add their information to the Voters List using e-Registration. We took our augmented reality wall on the road with us, which students used to find out more information about voting, and our answerbot Owen also made an appearance to answer any election questions!
University of Ontario Insitute of Technology