People throughout Canada have been making it clear that the environment is a key issue in the federal election. Advance polls open tomorrow, so it’s time to get out and vote for an environmental champion in your riding.
You can vote at your assigned polling station from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on:
- Friday, October 11
- Saturday, October 12
- Sunday, October 13
- Monday, October 14
You can also vote at one of more than 500 Elections Canada offices before 6 p.m., Tuesday, October 15. You will vote using the special ballot process and will need to know the first and last name of your chosen candidate on the ballot. If you write only the name of a political party, your vote won’t be counted.
A couple of other things you should know:
- You do not need to be registered to vote. If you are eligible, you can still vote even if you are not registered. You just need to make sure to bring the proper ID.
- Find out the position of the major parties on some key environmental issues.
Federal Party Survey on Environmental Platforms
In anticipation of the need to bring forth important issues facing Canadians today – environmental protection, economic justice and human rights – a questionnaire representing the collective priorities of the organizations listed below was sent to Canada’s six main political parties in July 2019.
Below is a summary of the official responses from the political parties surveyed.
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