The Election Commission office is located at City Hall, 133 William Street, in Room 114.
On the final day of the program almost as many people voted as did in the entirety of the initiative in 2015. It tells you where and when to vote.
Voters can vote at any Elections Canada office up until 6 p.m. October 15.
This election will be the first where all Canadians residing overseas will be eligible to vote, regardless of how long they have been away. Election Day is October 21. Operating from 9 a.m.to 9 p.m. from Friday, Oct. 11 to Monday, Oct. 14.More news: Padres pitcher arrested for breaking into home
If you don't have a driver's licence, you can show two pieces of approved identification, such as an Elections Canada voter information card and bank statement, or a utility bill and student ID card.
Information on advanced polling stations around the area can be found on the back of the voter information card sent in the mail.
The turnout at advance on-campus polling places across Canada was considerably up from 2015.
Voters can also vote at any Elections Canada office prior to 6 p.m. on October 15.More news: S.Africa court rules ex-leader Zuma must face corruption trial
Grenier reminded people that if they have changed addresses and are not registered on the election rolls, they should visit Elections Canada online and fill out a registration form by October 15 deadline to streamline the process and ensure that their name is on the voters' list.
You'll need to have proof of identity and proof of address.
Find the circle next to the name of your chosen candidate on the ballot. In the last election, 70,000 ballots were cast via the initiative, compared to this year's 111,300.
"I was already registered online in my home district", Ahmad said, "so I just had to show my ID and they gave me a book which had the names of the people running in my riding". You can look up your local election day polling station by entering your postal code here.More news: Miley Cyrus Leaves Hospital After Surgery & Immediately Falls Into Cody Simpson's Arms
Across the country, Elections Canada hires 300,000 people on election day.