There are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to voting in the federal election. To vote in the September 20th election, voters must be registered at their current address.
If someone is not registered, they can use Elections Canada’s online voter registration service to make sure they’re able to cast their vote. They can also contact the Elections Canada office in their riding if they need assistance.
Voter information cards will be mailed out to all registered electors and they can expect to receive them around September 10th, the first day of advance polls. However, there may be some delays in receiving your card, depending on when polling locations are identified.
Voters can also register the day of voting at their local Elections Canada office or assigned polling place.