Monday, October 19, 2015 is election day
- To find out where to vote, visit Elections.ca and enter your postal code.
- Polls are open from 9:30am-9:30pm on Monday.
- Electors can register at the polls. You can click here to see if you are registered to vote. If you’re not, you can follow the links to complete a registration certificate ahead of time, print it and bring it with you when you go to vote.
- Here’s the list of ID you need to bring with you to vote.
- By law, electors must have three consecutive hours to cast their vote.
- Canadians can now tweet and share election results from different provinces as they become available. The ban on premature transmission of results was lifted.
- If a polling location changes at the last minute, electors will be informed through the Elections Canada website, elections.ca, by the media or by an election worker posted at the entrance of the original (closed) polling location.
- You can find results on election night on the Elections Canada web site, or through various media web sites. We’ll post a summary of results on OttawaStart.com and via Twitter.
- Approximately 3.6 million electors voted at the four days of advance polls. This represents an increase of 71 percent over the number of electors who voted at the three days of advance polls in 2011. View the breakdown by province or territory and by electoral district.
(via Elections Canada)