Elections Canada

Elections Canada

November 24, 2013 10:00 ET

Electors Can Register at the Polls: Unregistered Electors Can Still Register and Vote at Their Polling Station on Election Day

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 24, 2013) -

- Most electors in Bourassa (Quebec), Brandon-Souris (Manitoba), Provencher (Manitoba) and Toronto Centre (Ontario) are already on the lists of electors for tomorrow's federal by-elections.

- Any eligible elector who is not yet on the list can present authorized identification and register before voting at the assigned polling station for his or her address.

- An elector without identification may register under oath if he or she is vouched for by another elector who is registered in the same polling division and who can prove his or her own identity and address.

- Electors can find out where to register and vote on the Elections Canada website or by calling 1-800-463-6868.

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