Information for Voters

Join us in electing progressives from across the city of Ottawa! Below find all the information you need from the City of Ottawa on how to vote for our progressive champions across the city.
Special Advance Vote Days
Special advance voting days will take place from Saturday, September 24 to Tuesday, September 27, from 10 am to 8 pm.  

During Special Advance Vote Days, eligible electors can vote at any of the following nine voting places, regardless of your address: 

  • François Dupuis Recreation Centre, 2263 Portobello Blvd
  • St-Laurent Complex, 525 Côté St
  • City Hall, 110 Laurier Ave W
  • Greenboro Community Centre, 363 Lorry Greenberg Dr
  • Minto Recreation Complex – Barrhaven, 3500 Cambrian Rd
  • Nepean Sportsplex, 1701 Woodroffe Ave
  • Michele Heights Community Centre, 2955 Michèle Dr
  • Richcraft Recreation Complex – Kanata, 4101 Innovation Dr
  • CARDELREC Recreation Complex Goulbourn, 1500 Shea Rd

You can bring your voter notification letter with you to the voting place to expedite the voting process; however, it is not required to vote.

All electors will be required to present a piece of identification in order to receive a ballot at their voting place. The identification must show your name and qualifying Ottawa address. Photo identification is not required. If you cannot present an acceptable proof of identity and residence, you can make a statutory declaration prior to being issued a ballot.

Additional in-person voting opportunities

Electors who do not vote during Special Advance Vote Days will have three other in-person opportunities to vote. Advance Vote Days will also take place on Friday, October 7 and Friday, October 14. Voting Day is Monday, October 24. On these days, electors can vote at their assigned voting place. Voting places are open from 10 am to 8 pm with the exception of long-term care centres and retirement homes which may have reduced hours. Electors can verify when and where they can vote on their voter notification letter or by using the Where Do I Vote?(link is external) Tool on ottawa.ca/vote.

Electors who are unable to make it to a voting place on voting days can appoint a proxy to vote on their behalf. To learn more about appointing a proxy, visit ottawa.ca/vote.

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