1. In person on March 1 (by-election day and the last day to vote).
2. In person at an advance poll (February 23 to 27).
3. By mail as an absentee voter. This is a great option if you are a Canadian snowbird or will be away from your home during the election or by-election period. The first step to voting by mail is to download the Absentee Voter Application in English here, or the French version here. For next steps, follow the instructions on the Absentee Voter Application. February 21 is the last day to submit your absentee application. Absentee ballots must be received no later than March 12, and must be postmarked no later than March 1.
4. If you are homebound due to a disability, you can apply to have an election worker come to your home so you and your caregiver, if eligible, could both cast a ballot. Read the Voting From Home brochure here. You can download the Homebound Voting Application here. Deadline for booking a homebound voting appointment is February 22.