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Anyone who doesn't have proper ID will be permitted to vote as long as they declare their identity and address in writing and have a polling station volunteer who they know, vouch for them.
Hollick notes that while he's expecting a steady turn out for the coming four days, his office has been taking voters since the election was called last month.
Register and confirm your eligibility here!
Polls are open 7:30 am until 7:30 pm on that day.
Nearly 45,000 Canadians residing overseas are now registered to vote in this election, nearly triple the number in 2015.
Elections Canada spokesperson Matthew McKenna said it's important to note that the worldwide register is a permanent database.
To find your advance polling station, check your voter information card or use the Voter Information Service.
Elections Canada set up offices at the University of Toronto's Hart House, Aviva Centre next to York University and Ryerson's student centre.
Four days of advance voting opens Friday in Bay of Quinte riding to cast ballots well before federal election day October 21.
During the last election, about 18 per cent of voters in both North and West Vancouver voted in advance polls.
What do I need to vote?
The Election Commission is reminding New Bedford voters that October 16 is the deadline to register to vote in the November final election. There are also dozens of other valid IDs like your healthcare card, Canadian forces card, social insurance number, and even library card.
You'll need to have proof of identity and proof of address.
Although, voters can't cast ballots just anywhere.
Keep in mind that in a federal election, you're voting for the Member of Parliament for your riding as well as the Prime Minister.