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To vote you must be a Canadian citizen and at least 18 years old on election day. You can check if you are registered on the electoral list by visiting Election Canada’s online voter registration service at ereg. elections.ca. If you are not registered, you can add yourself to the electoral list on the same website by phoning 1-800-463-6868. You can also register at any Elections Canada office or even at the polls on election day or during advance polls.

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The Federal Election will be held on October 21st

To be able to vote, here's what you need to do

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Check here to find information about your electoral district, including the list of candidates, locations of advance and election day polling places, the address of your local Elections Canada office and a map of your electoral district.

Check to see if you're on the Voters' List

Find out where you vote

Who can vote?

You can vote if you are a Canadian citizen who is at least 18 years old on election day and you can prove your identity and address.

It's by voting that individuals get the chance to say what direction they want the country to take in the years ahead.

Why should I vote?

It's important to know what you're voting for

There are five political parties hoping to gain your support during this election. Each is making promises they will implement if elected. To vote intelligently, you need to spend some time finding out what these promises are so that you can make an intelligent decision as to which party you wish to support with your vote.

Monday, October 21st is the big day!

Conservative Party

Green Party

Liberal Party

New Democratic Party

People's Party of Canada

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