Election Information

Election day is Monday October 25th, 2010

Where do I vote?

Voter Information Cards are sent out in early October with information on where to vote.

You can also check out www.vote.ca, a non-government website designed to help residents fild where to vote in elections.

Who can vote?

You can vote in the City of Toronto municipal election if you are:

  • a Canadian citizen, and
  • at least 18 years old, and
  • a resident of the City of Toronto, or
  • a non-resident owner or tenant of land in the City of Toronto, or their spouse, and
  • not prohibited from voting under any law.

Can I vote in advance?

Voters may register their vote before election day, on the dates outlined below, for any reason.

Weekday Advance Polls 10am – 6pm

Tuesday, October 5
Wednesday, October 6
Thursday, October 7
Friday, October 8
Tuesday, October 12
Wednesday, October 13
Voters from any ward can vote at these locations:
Toronto City Hall Rotunda
100 Queen Street West
East York Civic Centre Council Chamber
850 Coxwell Avenue
Etobicoke Civic Centre Council Chamber
399 The West Mall
North York Civic Centre Member's Lounge
5100 Yonge Street
Scarborough Civic Centre Committee Room 1
150 Borough Drive
York Civic Centre Council Chamber
2700 Eglinton Avenue West

WARD 6 Weekend Advance Poll 10am – 6pm

Saturday October 16
Sunday October 17
You must vote in the poll station in your Ward
WARD 6: Lakeshore Collegiate Institute Gym, 350 Kipling Avenue


What do I need to vote?

Bring your Voters Identification Card, and:

One piece of ID showing your name, qualifying address (where you currently live or own property) and signature.


Two pieces of ID — the first piece showing your name and signature and the second piece of ID showing your name and qualifying address.
Detailed information on acceptable pieces of identification can be found on the Acceptable Identification page at Toronto Votes 2010.

Am I on the voters' list?

Visit the Voters' List page at Toronto Votes 2010 for step-by-step information on how to find out if you are on the voters' list, be added, or make changes to your information.

Posted by Jem Cain