Get Ready to Vote!
You probably already know about our upcoming federal election taking place in October. But are you prepared to cast your vote? Elections Canada has provided the following first steps to ensure you’re ready:
- Make sure you’re registered.
- Go to elections.ca to check, update or complete your voter registration.
- If your registration is up to date, you’ll get a voter information card soon after the election is called. It tells you when and where to vote.
- Registering in advance makes it easier and faster when you go to vote.
- Encourage others to register too!
- Check that you have the right ID.
- To vote, you’ll need to prove your identity and address.
- Check the list of accepted ID so you know what to bring when you go to vote.
- Learn about Elections Canada’s accessibility services.
But, there’s so much more! The following links will provide all you need to know about where, when and how you can vote in the 2015 Federal Election.
Getting Ready to Vote
What Happens When I Go Vote?
My Voter’s Guide
Acceptable Voter ID
Get Ready to Vote - Students
Have more questions? Visit elections.ca or follow Elections Canada on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.