Voter Info Cards in the mail
Prince George, B.C. – Keep an eye on your mailbox, Elections Canada has mailed the personalized voter information cards to registered voters across the country.
The card tells voters when and where they can vote as well as the accessibility of their polling place.
If your card shows the wrong address, or if you fail to receive a card by October 1st, you can register or update your address online.
If the card has an error in the name, or the voter can’t go online, you should contact the Elections Canada office in your riding.
If the card is for someone who has passed away, or a person not connected with your address, again, contact the Elections Canada office in your riding.
Elections Canada says if the location of the polling station changes after the cards have been mailed, you can expect another card in the mail with the “Replacement Card” written in the bottom right corner.
And just a reminder, the voter information card cannot be used as proof of identity or address at the polling station.