With the longest election campaign in Canadian history now in the books, it’s time to cast your ballot.
Polls will open at 9:30 a.m. and close at 9:30 p.m.
Voters are required to show their identification before they are handed a ballot. A driver’s licence or health card are fine. If you bring a passport, you will still need to bring another piece of mail confirming your address. For all the rules and regulations, click here.
The party leaders have been trying to sway voters for the last 78 days and they’ll find out late tonight if their messages resonated.
If advance polls are any indication, there will be a strong turnout.
Over 3.6 million people voted over the four-day advance poll period, which is a 71% increase over the 2011 election.
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