Voting Safely During COVID-19

Voting Safely During COVID-19

It’s fast, easy, and makes a real difference!

Vote in person:

Elections Canada is taking strong measures to keep voters safe in Toronto Centre, including protective equipment for poll workers, physical distancing, hand sanitizer stations, single-use pencils, and much more. Stopping in to vote won’t feel too different from your last trip for groceries!

Find your voting location

Vote early:

Advanced polls are open 9 AM to 9 PM from Friday Oct. 16 to Monday Oct. 19

Vote on Election Day:

Polls are open 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM on Monday Oct. 26

Vote at the Elections Canada office:

You can also vote at the Toronto Centre Elections Canada office before Oct. 20 at 6 PM:

TD Canada Trust Tower – Brookfield Place
161 Bay Street, Suite 2700, Toronto, ON M5J 2S1

What you’ll need to vote:

One piece of valid government-issued I.D. with your photo, name and current address, such as a driver’s license or government ID card. If you don’t have this, please visit Elections Canada website to see what other I.D. is acceptable.

Vote by mail:

Safety protocols will be in place at all voting locations, but if you prefer to stay home, you can also vote by mail.

Request your Mail-In Ballot at or from the election office by Oct. 20 at 6 PM.

Your completed ballot must be received before polls close on Oct. 26, so don’t wait!