Once an election is called, you will have several voting options:
1. On Election Day
2. At Your Advance Poll
3. By Mail
4. By Special Ballot
(NB: You must be able to prove your identity and address)
Every candidate needs legal help. Serving as a general legal advisor on a local campaign to deal with advertising, social media, lawn sign placement, and other day-to-day matters.
Campaigns also need to have lawyers on hand for election day (vote counting and ballot shenanigans).
And most have a policy advisor on hand for justice issues.
Call up the campaign office of the candidate you'd most like to help and offer your assistance. You're sure to be an asset!
Elections Canada is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and its evolving impact. The health and safety of all participants in the electoral process is of paramount importance: this includes electors, thousands of election workers, and candidates and their workers. As a result, Elections Canada has been reviewing its procedures and internal capacity in order to prepare for the delivery of an accessible, safe and secure election during a pandemic.
The 338Canada project is a statistical model of electoral projections based on opinion polls, electoral history of Canadian provinces and demographic data.
This web site is the creation of Philippe J. Fournier, astronomy and physics professor at Cégep de Saint-Laurent in Montréal.