Elections Canada has begun sending out voter information cards to residents across the country.
These personalized voter cards will explain when and where to vote and will have information regarding the accessibility of their polling station.
All registered electors should receive their voter’s cards by Friday, September 10th. The cards will be sent as polling locations are confirmed and Elections Canada has stated that some traditional polling locations are unavailable during the pandemic and their priority is to offer safe and accessible polling locations.
The majority of voters across the country are registered and can expect their card to their current address. Elections Canada does suggest that voters check if they’re registered by using their Online Voter Registration Service.
Should residents in the Peace region receive their voter card and there is an error with the information they are to contact the Elections Canada office in the district.
As per previous elections, in order for residents to vote, they must show proof of identity and address, valid forms of I.D can be viewed on the Elections Canada website.
Voting for the Federal Election takes place on September 20th with Advanced Voting from September 10th to 13th.
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