投票开始了,每天都有投票地点开放,免得大选日冒冷风排队

focus on today

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2009-02-03
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4,595
荣誉分数
640
声望点数
223
Check on election Canada website: https://elections.ca/content.aspx?section=ele&document=index&lang=e
1, 选民注册:
Online voter registration
We have recently added the Secure Online Document Submission service to our online voter registration service to help electors who want to register but who do not have a driver's licence or an accepted provincial or territorial ID card. Eligible electors can always use our online voter registration service to register to vote or to check and update their registration information, including Canadians living at non-standard addresses such as First Nations reserves.
2, Vote at Election Canada office of your area

one-stop shop approach to improve service to electors. One agent can now add or update your information on the list of electors and register you to vote by special ballot. You can vote any time after the election is called up to six days before election day (before Tuesday Oct15) in any Elections Canada office across the country.

3, Form October 5 to October 9 Vote on Campuses
More on-campus voting
In the last general election, we offered special ballot voting services in 39 post-secondary institutions. For the 2019 general election, we are working to expand these services to more than 115 campuses across Canada. Using the same new one-stop shop approach as our Elections Canada offices, electors can vote on campus at more locations as an early voting option.

4,
Easier process at advance and election day polls
For the 2019 general election and any upcoming by-elections, our staff will use a simpler paper process at advance and election day polls. We reduced and simplified processes for faster and smoother service for voters. The new process will also reduce our environmental footprint.

"Research shows that these groups experience barriers to participating in elections, including not knowing the many different ways to register and vote; or how to work in an election. Some Canadians lack interest in politics or do not feel confident in their political knowledge. By sharing what we know, Elections Canada can help address some of the access and motivational barriers to getting involved with elections.

Sub-populations who face barriers to voting Population % of population* Source
Youth (18–24) 3,079,095 8.8 Census (2016)
Post-secondary students 2,034,957 5.8 Census (2016)
Seniors (65+) 5,935,630 16.9 Census (2016)
Living in a health care and related facilities Footnote 1 428,585 1.2 Census (2016)
Indigenous people (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) 1,673,785 4.8 Census (2016)
Canadians citizens through naturalization 5,621,975 16.3 Census (2016)
New Canadians (acquired citizenship between 2012–2016) 904,865 2.6 Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (2018)
Canadians with disabilities 6,246,640 17.8 Canadian Survey on Disability (2017)
People who are homeless 235,000 0.7 Canadian Observatory on Homelessness (2016)
*The denominator for calculating population percentage is 35,151,728—the total estimated population of Canada.
 

focus on today

资深人士
注册
2009-02-03
消息
4,595
荣誉分数
640
声望点数
223
Procedures of voting at Election Canada Office:
https://cija.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/EC-Office-Vote-1.pdf
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focus on today

资深人士
注册
2009-02-03
消息
4,595
荣誉分数
640
声望点数
223
进入一下这个Election Canada Voter service 网页, 可以找到:选区,election Canada office address, 候选人 等信息
https://www.elections.ca/scripts/vis/FindED?L=E&PageID=20

The Voter Information Service provides information about your electoral district, including the list of candidates, locations of advance and election day polling places, the address of your local Elections Canada office and a map of your electoral district. You can also submit a job application to work as a poll worker in your electoral district,
 

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难得糊涂
管理成员
VIP
注册
2003-04-13
消息
224,297
荣誉分数
34,600
声望点数
1,393
Check on election Canada website: https://elections.ca/content.aspx?section=ele&document=index&lang=e
1, 选民注册:
Online voter registration
We have recently added the Secure Online Document Submission service to our online voter registration service to help electors who want to register but who do not have a driver's licence or an accepted provincial or territorial ID card. Eligible electors can always use our online voter registration service to register to vote or to check and update their registration information, including Canadians living at non-standard addresses such as First Nations reserves.
2, Vote at Election Canada office of your area

one-stop shop approach to improve service to electors. One agent can now add or update your information on the list of electors and register you to vote by special ballot. You can vote any time after the election is called up to six days before election day (before Tuesday Oct15) in any Elections Canada office across the country.

3, Form October 5 to October 9 Vote on Campuses
More on-campus voting
In the last general election, we offered special ballot voting services in 39 post-secondary institutions. For the 2019 general election, we are working to expand these services to more than 115 campuses across Canada. Using the same new one-stop shop approach as our Elections Canada offices, electors can vote on campus at more locations as an early voting option.

4,
Easier process at advance and election day polls
For the 2019 general election and any upcoming by-elections, our staff will use a simpler paper process at advance and election day polls. We reduced and simplified processes for faster and smoother service for voters. The new process will also reduce our environmental footprint.

"Research shows that these groups experience barriers to participating in elections, including not knowing the many different ways to register and vote; or how to work in an election. Some Canadians lack interest in politics or do not feel confident in their political knowledge. By sharing what we know, Elections Canada can help address some of the access and motivational barriers to getting involved with elections.

Sub-populations who face barriers to voting Population % of population* Source
Youth (18–24) 3,079,095 8.8 Census (2016)
Post-secondary students 2,034,957 5.8 Census (2016)
Seniors (65+) 5,935,630 16.9 Census (2016)
Living in a health care and related facilities Footnote 1 428,585 1.2 Census (2016)
Indigenous people (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) 1,673,785 4.8 Census (2016)
Canadians citizens through naturalization 5,621,975 16.3 Census (2016)
New Canadians (acquired citizenship between 2012–2016) 904,865 2.6 Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (2018)
Canadians with disabilities 6,246,640 17.8 Canadian Survey on Disability (2017)
People who are homeless 235,000 0.7 Canadian Observatory on Homelessness (2016)
*The denominator for calculating population percentage is 35,151,728—the total estimated population of Canada.

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http://bbs.comefromchina.com/threads/1694309/
 

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自由党政府就是好啊,投票这么自由。:zhichi::monster:
 

focus on today

资深人士
注册
2009-02-03
消息
4,595
荣誉分数
640
声望点数
223
可以在任何一个Election Canada Office 投票, 不一定是你的选区内的。
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荣誉分数
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