Here are the different ways voters can cast a ballot in the Ontario election

Voters can vote in an Ontario provincial election in several ways.

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Voting on June 2 – election day itself – is one of the options.

Before that, voters can go to their local returning office, an advance polling place, or vote by mail, among other options.


To vote, a person must be at least 18 years of age on election day, be a Canadian citizen, and a resident of Ontario.

Here’s a look at all the different ways to vote, as highlighted by Election Ontario website,

Add, Update or Verify Your Voter information

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Voters included in the electoral roll will receive an information card between May 12 and 20 containing details of when and where to vote.

Voters can use the registration tool Election Ontario website To add or update your information before 23rd May to get Voter Information Card. Voters can also update their information at the returning office or polling station.

If a voter receives an information card, they should bring it with…