Election Day is
October 26, 2020
Advance voting
October 20-24
Vote by mail application deadline
October 15

What's New

Find where to vote for the upcoming Athabasca By-Election.


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Advance Voting

Advance voting period is closed.

Bring your Voter Information Card and ID with you to vote.



Advance voting in the Athabasca by-election will be held for 5 straight days, February 9 to 13. Advance voting each of these days is open from Noon to 8 p.m.

ConstituencyName of BuildingPoll AddressTown City
ATHABASCABeauval BDI Gymnasium9 Lavoie StreetBeauval
ATHABASCAGreen Lake Community Hall315 North StreetGreen Lake
ATHABASCAICSI Radio Station (Board Room)Lajeunesse Ave, Parcel KIle-a-la-Crosse
ATHABASCALa Loche Community Hall911 Clark StreetLa Loche
ATHABASCALakeview Complex345 Tom StreetBuffalo Narrows
ATHABASCAMinahik Gas Bar (Lower Level)L41 BLK3 Hill Top Avenue Pinehouse Lake

Vote your way.

The provincial election was October 26, 2020. You could only vote once. These were the options for when and where to vote:

1. In person on election day. Your voter information card detailed your assigned voting location for October 26. Election day was the last day to vote. Polls were open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

2. In person during advance voting. There were 5 days, or 40 hours, in total of advance voting held prior to October 26. Your voter information card detailed the recommended polling location for you. Advance voting polls were open from Noon to 8 p.m.

3. Vote by mail. All voters were eligible to vote by mail before the October 15, 2020 deadline. Applications for a vote by mail ballot are no longer being accepted.

Vote by mail was also the option for homebound voters this election. Applications for homebound voting are no longer being accepted.