Are you planning to vote? All across Canada, polling stations are open from Friday, October 11 to Monday, October 14, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Find your polling location through the Elections Canada website or by checking your Voter Information Card.
“Canada’s workers must stand strong and elect a progressive government that puts us first, instead of siding with the wealthy and corporate elites,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor National President. “We know Andrew Scheer’s plans to cut taxes for the richest will cost hardworking Canadians.”
You can vote almost any time between now and Election Day. Advanced polls are open over the long weekend, but voters can also cast a ballot at any Elections Canada office across the country before October 15, or in person on Election Day on October 21.
To vote, you must be a Canadian citizen, be at least 18 years old on Election Day, and prove your identity and address. Check out the Unifor Votes site for helpful frequently asked questions, or contact Elections Canada directly.
“I’m voting to stop Scheer and choose a better future in this election. But to make that happen, we’re all going to have to do the work, and get out to the polls,” continued Dias.
Unifor members have already knocked on tens of thousands of doors in this election—but with 315,000 members across the country, there’s work to be done all across the country!
Join the team—sign up to volunteer for Unifor’s non-partisan member-to-member campaign or RSVP for an event near you.