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Am I a Canadian Forces (CF) elector?
You are a CF elector if you meet the following three conditions:
- You are a Canadian citizen.
- You are at least 18 years of age on civilian polling day.
- You are a regular or reserve member of the Canadian Armed Forces.
How do I register to vote?
To vote at a military polling station at a Canadian Armed Forces base or unit during a federal general election, you need to:
- be a CF elector
- prove you identity and your Service Number (SN)
- be registered
You can register on the National Register of Electors by providing your SN during the registration process.
Where and when can I vote?
During a federal election or referendum, CF electors can vote by all of the same methods available to other Canadian electors. During a federal general election they can also vote by special ballot at a military polling station on a Canadian Armed Forces base or unit.
Voting rules for CF electors
For more information about voting as a CF elector during a federal election or referendum, click here: Voting for Canadian Forces Electors