Voting at an Elections Canada office – ASL
election / Monday, October 21
Transcript: Voting at an Elections Canada office - ASL
Federal Election | Monday, October 21
Voting at an Elections Canada office.
If you think you'll be away or busy on election day, you can register and voter in advance at any Elections Canada office.
More than 500 offices across Canada are now open 7 days a week. Visit elections.ca to find the one nearest you.
Voting at an Elections Canada office is different than voting on election day or advance polling days.
Here, you will vote using the special ballot process.
After you mark your ballot, you will place it in an unmarked envelope. This is so your vote can't be traced back to you.
Then, you'll place the unmarked envelope in a second envelope which has a declaration on it.
You will sign the declaration and place that envelope in the ballot box.
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