Outreach to Electors
One of Elections Canada's key roles is to inform Canadians about the electoral process. This includes registration procedures and the identification required to vote. Elections Canada conducts a national Voter Information Campaign before and during federal elections to give Canadians all the information they need on when, where and the ways to register and vote.
The agency's national campaign is designed for the general population, but also targets groups who face barriers to participating in elections: first-time electors (youth and new Canadians), Indigenous electors and electors with disabilities.
Read more about the services we offer to each of these groups during federal elections:
- Information for Indigenous Electors
- Information for First-Time Electors – New Canadians
- Information for Electors with Disabilities
- Information for First-Time Electors – Youth
For more information on how we work with our stakeholders and to learn about barriers faced by Indigenous electors, electors with disabilities and first-time electors (youth and new Canadians) visit: https://inspirerlademocratie-inspiredemocracy.ca/index-eng.asp.