How do I Vote at an Elections Canada office?

After an election is called, Elections Canada sets up local offices in every riding across Canada.

You can vote in person at any Elections Canada office across the country until the 6th day before election day.

To vote at an Elections Canada office, you must complete an application and fill out a Special Ballot. Staff can help you with the application, if you would like. You must be able to show proof of your identity and address when you arrive.

Once your application is complete and accepted, Elections Canada staff will give you a special ballot voting kit. You can fill it out then and vote on the spot, or, if you prefer, you can leave and come back to the office to submit your vote later.

The address of Elections Canada offices are available online or by calling Elections Canada.