Elections Canada – Bring Accepted ID to Vote – Video – ASL
election / Monday, October 21
Transcript: Elections Canada - Bring Accepted ID to Vote (ASL)
Federal Election | Fall 2019
Bring accepted ID to vote.
To vote, you must be a Canadian citizen, 18 or older on election day and prove your identity and current address.
You can show one piece of ID issued by the provincial, territorial or federal government. It should have your photo, name and current address. For example: your driver's licence.
Or you can show two pieces of ID. Both must have your name, and at least one must have your current address. For example: your voter information card and a bank statement. We accept e-statements and e-invoices. Print them or show them on a mobile device.
If you don't have ID, you can still vote by declaring your identity and address in writing. Someone who knows you will have to vouch for you in person. They must be assigned to your polling station and prove their own identity and address.
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