Elections Canada is the only official source of information on where and how to vote. The information provided here is done so in good faith to assist our voters while performing due diligence in regards to accuracy. If information from Elections Canada conflicts with information given on this website or your Vote-At Door Hanger, treat Elections Canada information as true and correct.

Do you need a ride? Call 403-453-6405 to arrange a ride to vote.


Advance Polls are open!

You can vote in advance polls from Friday October 11 to Monday October 14 from 9am to 9pm each day. For more information on what to bring, please visit Elections Canada at: https://www.elections.ca

To find where you can vote, check your voter registration card from Elections Canada or the door hanger we are leaving on your doors. You can also enter your house address online at: https://elections.ca/Scripts/vis/FindED?L=e&QID=-1&PAGEID=20

You can still vote by Special Ballot

Any voter may vote by special ballot either in person or by mail.

You can vote in person at any Elections Canada office even if the office is out of the riding you intend to vote for.

Important! You must have ID to vote by special ballot that includes your current address. If you moved recently, you may consult the ID requirements in order to vote.

The deadline to vote by special ballot is Tuesday, October 15 at 6:00pm MST.

Vote by Mail-in Special Ballot

If you are away from your home riding (student, vacation, military, living or staying in another country, etc.) you can apply to vote by mail in ballot. You must fill out a form application and submit it to Elections Canada not later than Tuesday, October 15 at 6:00pm EST (4:00pm Mountain Time). You can access the mail-in application online.

Questions or Concerns

If you would like someone to drive you to the Elections Canada office, please call us and arrange a time and day convenient for you. If you are infirm or otherwise cannot leave your residence, we can help you through the process. Please understand that only you can request a ballot from Elections Canada. We cannot do it on your behalf.