MAKE YOUR PLAN
Due to how incredibly excited young Canadians are to vote, we've run out of our Vote Survival Kits! That's really awesome. We continue to encourage you to make your vote plan so you know exactly what you're going to do this election. If we get some more Vote stuff, we'll get in touch.
A federal election during a pandemic is going to be different. Just ask folks in BC, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick and Newfoundland. With that in mind, it definitely pays to plan ahead.
Make your vote plan right here and we'll make sure you're completely up to speed on what to do and the deadlines to do it by. The last thing we want you to go through is thinking about voting by mail and then finding out you didn't apply in time!
What are the options?
VOTE ON ELECTION DAY
The usual. Go to your assigned polling station on September 20, show your ID, and cast your ballot.
VOTE AT ADVANCE POLLS
Vote ahead of Election Day from September 10-13. Note that your advance polling station might not be the same as your regular polling station.
VOTE BY MAIL
Avoid the crowds altogether and register to drop your vote in the mailbox. This uses special ballot rules and there are deadlines to consider. Apply for a vote by mail package by September 14.
AT AN ELECTIONS CANADA OFFICE
Another special ballot situation, but this time in person. If you know which candidate you want to support, you can vote at any time at an Elections Canada office until September 14.
After you make your plan, you'll also start receiving The Feed - our newsletter that sums up everything happening in Canadian politics in little digestible bites delivered straight to you every two weeks.
The information collected here will only be used to inform you about voting this federal election. Your contact info will be stored confidentially by Apathy is Boring and will not be shared with any other third parties.