Vote it Up campaign video
Put on Your Pants, Go Vote
Did you know...
All you need is your postal code to easily find out which electoral riding you're in! Follow this link and enter in your 6 digits on the right side of the screen and you're off!
To vote you must be registered with Elections Canada. There are 4 ways to register: online, by mail and if an election has been called at your local Elections Canada office or at your polling place when you go to vote. You must prove your identity and address. To find out more, click here.
To find out if you are on the voters list, click here.
There are also 4 ways to vote: on Election Day, on advance voting days, at one of 400 Elections Canada offices or by Mail. To find out more, click here.
If you are away from your riding for the whole election period and will not be returning until after October 19, you CAN vote. But you will have to apply as early as possible. Click here for instructions from Elections Canada.
If you are a student and you live on campus, you may be able to vote in your educational institution (university, college or CEGEP) in the upcoming provincial election on October 19. For details, click here.
Also, for the first time, for four days, between October 5 & 8, Elections Canada will open offices across the country on approximately 40 campuses (universities, colleges and CEGEPs) where all people eligible to vote, no matter their official residence, can go to get information, register and EVEN vote on site. We will post the list of institutions as soon as it’s published!
Thanks to the Le Directeur Général des élections du Québec (DGEQ) for its partnership.