When do I vote?
You may place your vote by phone or internet ANY TIME between October 12 at 10:00 a.m. and October 22 at 8:00 p.m. Both the telephone and internet systems are available 24 hours a day throughout this period.
Where and do I vote?
All votes must be cast using either the internet or touch-tone telephone. You do not need to leave your home or office to vote – simply place your vote using any touch tone telephone, or online from any location using your computer, tablet or smartphone with internet connection.
There will be NO PAPER BALLOTS used in the 2018 election.
If you require assistance to vote, or would like to vote by internet and do not have access at home, you can visit a Voter Help Centre – see below for locations and times.
How do I vote?
- Go to VoterLookUp.ca to ensure you are on the voters’ list.
- Receive your voter notification letter in the mail, and double-check that all of the information on it is correct, including your name, address and school board that you support. The letter will provide a number to call if any of this information is incorrect.
- Review the instructions in the letter, which will include the telephone number and website address that you can use to access the voting system, your Voter ID number and a unique code (PIN) to access the system. Voters will be required to enter specific information to confirm their identity.
- At any time during the voting period, call the phone number or go to the website address provided and follow the prompts to cast your vote for Mayor, Deputy Mayor, the councillor for your ward and the trustee for the school board that you support.