Elections Canada – Are you registered to vote at your current address?
election / Monday, October 21
Transcript: Elections Canada - Are you registered to vote at your current address?
visual: Federal Election | Fall 2019 appears. Fade to black.
narrator (voice over): The federal election is this fall. Are you registered to vote at your current address?
super: Are you registered to vote at your current address?
visual: Title + Elections Canada logo.
narrator: Being registered will save you time at the polls.
visual: Title card fades. Scene changes to graphic of a mobile phone displaying a check mark for being registered.
super: Registering is easy!
narrator: Visit elections.ca/register and verify that your name, home address and date of birth are correct. If the information is wrong, contact us. If you are not registered, you can do it online. It's easy!
visual: Graphic of a laptop computer displaying elections.ca/register.
super: Check or update your information online.
narrator: You will need your driver's licence, or provincial or territorial ID card. We accept other pieces of ID too. The complete list is available at elections.ca.
visual: The laptop computer morphs into ID cards.
super: Register with your ID. For the complete list visit elections.ca.
visual: Fade to colour background with text.
narrator: Visit elections.ca for the official information you need to vote.
super: elections.ca – Get the official information you need to vote.
narrator: Or call 1‑800‑463‑6868. TTY 1‑800‑361‑8935.
visual: Fade to black. A large X appears with the campaign tagline "It's Our Vote". The tagline fades while the X flies off to settle into the X in the Elections Canada logo which appears on screen. The URL elections.ca appears on screen, followed by the toll‑free number 1‑800‑463‑6868 and the TTY number 1‑800‑361‑8935.
super: X It's Our Vote
Elections Canada logo – elections.ca – 1‑800‑463‑6868 – TTY 1‑800‑361‑8935