Voter turnout in the 2015 federal election was 68.5 per cent, the highest turnout since 1993.
Polling stations across the country will be open from 9 a.m.to 9 p.m over the four day period.
Elections Canada started the Vote on Campus program in the leadup to the last election to "help increase access to voting for. youth electors." .
Polls are open 7:30 am until 7:30 pm on that day.
Both the Lakeland (Alberta) and Battlefords-Lloydminster (Saskatchewan) ridings will learn who their Member of Parliament is on October 21st.
You can also vote by way of a special ballot at an Elections Canada office before October 15 at 6 p.m. Just make sure to double-check with Elections Canada!
Election day is Monday, October 21st.
For those who won't be able to vote on either the federal election day, October 21, or in the advance polls, there are other options.
This means either one piece of government-issued photo ID or two pieces of ID with the voter's name on it, at least one of which has their address, such as their voter ID card or a bank statement.
Canadian voters can begin casting their ballots this weekend, even though the federal election is still over a week away.
Or, you can use Elections Canada's Voter Information Service.
No. If you'd like to share your experience and encourage others to vote, you are permitted to take a photo outside the polling station.
Find the circle next to the name of your chosen candidate on the ballot.
Canadians living overseas can vote by mail-in ballot. That's it! Good job, citizen.
The Research Co. poll found 58 per cent agree with declaring election day a public holiday in Canada.