Voter Information Card
Toronto Centre and York Centre
Monday, October 26
Did you receive your voter information card?
It tells you where and when you can vote.
If you're registered to vote, you should get a voter information card in the mail by October 13.
Contact Elections Canada if your voter information card:
- has incorrect information
- hasn't arrived yet
Your health and safety is our priority.
At your polling station, all poll worker will be wearing protective equipment. There will also be:
Hand sanitizer stations
Clear physical distancing markers
Only one poll worker per desk
When you go to vote, don't forget:
Wear a mask
We will provide a single-use pencil to mark your ballot, or you can bring your own
Practice physical distancing by staying at least two metres away from voters and poll workers
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in contact with someone who has the virus, visit elections.ca to find out about other voting options.
Stay safe. Vote safe.
Visit elections.ca for the official information on voting and the health and safety measures in place
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