Got questions about voting in our next election? Toronto's Election Services is your source for official election information.
You can view election results on the City of Toronto’s website.
Visit the City's Election Services website for information about:
- Who can vote and what you need to bring to your voting place
- Days you can vote in advance of October 22
- Additional voting options and accommodations, including what to do if you need time off work to vote
- How to apply for one of the 15,000 election day jobs
- And lots of other information
You can also use the City of Toronto's MyVote website to find out:
- Whether you’re on the voter’s list and how to add or update your information (until October 1)
- Where and when you can vote, as well as accessibility information about your voting place
- A sample of your ballot (starting October 8)
- Candidates running in your ward
Still got a question? Call 311!
311 is a City of Toronto service available 24/7 to help you get information and figure out all sorts of issues — including voting.
Got a question? Go ahead and give them a call - just dial 311.