Voting is easy!
Here is what happens when you vote inside a voting place during a provincial election or by-election:
An election worker greets you and makes sure you are at the correct voting place.
Another election will ask to see ID that proves your name and address. If that sounds like a problem, vouching may be an option.
You will be handed one folded ballot.
Go behind the voting privacy screen. Mark an X next to the name of one candidate.
Re-fold your ballot. Keep your choice secret. No one can ask to see who you voted for.
An election worker will show you the box to drop or insert your ballot in.
That is it. You have voted. Congratulations!