It’s officially election day in Ontario.
After a month of hand shaking, announcements and rallies — Ontario residents will be given the opportunity to vote for their next provincial government today.
WHEN CAN I VOTE?
Polls will be open across the province between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Voters must bring a form of official identification along with their registration cards (or two pieces of ID) with them to their assigned polling station.
Residents are encouraged to give themselves plenty of time to vote as there is at least one riding with significantly fewer polling stations than during the last provincial election. Elections Ontario confirmed there are just 29 stations in Toronto’s Spadina-Fort York riding compared to the 116 locations in 2018.
Polling stations were greatly reduced during the last federal election as well due to COVID-19 protocols, causing long lineups and a lot of frustration.
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