All Local 4304 members,
The federal election campaign clock has begun ticking away! Are you sure you’re prepared to vote?
Canadians have several options available to them to vote in the federal election; Canadians can vote in person but can also vote by mail! Now is the time to make sure you’re registered to vote to ensure you receive your voter information card from Elections Canada and to ensure your voter registration information is correct, most Canadians opt to have the voter information sent to Elections Canada as an option when they file their income taxes, but many do not. If you’re not registered to vote you can register at the polling station but you can save yourself a lot of time and hassle by registering ahead of time.
Use the Elections Canada Voter Registration Service to check if you’re registered to vote, to update the address on your voter registration, to register to vote, and to apply to vote by mail (you will be required to upload proof of identity and address). If you plan to cast your vote by mail you should apply for your special mail-in ballot as soon as possible using the Elections Canada Voter Registration Service.
Below are some handy infographics provided by Elections Canada to help you with preparing to vote in the federal election.
Yours in solidarity,
Chair, Union in Politics Committee
Unifor Local 4304
Election Day is Monday, September 20, 2021
Advanced Polls are open each day from Friday, September 10, 2021 to Monday, September 13, 2021