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How To Vote

Coming from a military background, I’ve seen places in the world where the right to vote doesn’t exist. The ability of the people to choose their government is one of my most cherished values. Our democracy should never be taken for granted, so no matter who your party of choice is, I fully encourage each and everyone of you to vote in this and all upcoming elections.



Here's How To Vote in Ontario 2022


On Thursday June 2nd, 2022, Ontario heads to the polls to elect a new government. Polls will be open from 9am to 9pm

Vote at the Returning Office

You also have the choice of voting at the Returning Office until Wed June 1st at 6pm.
Click here to pull up a map to the Returning Office, which is 715 Cooper St (the home of the Rideau Curling Club).
  • Monday, May 30th: 10 AM – 8 PM
  • Tuesday, May 31st: 10 AM – 8 PM
  • Wednesday, June 1st: 10 AM – 6 PM

Vote By Mail

Unfortunately, the deadline to send in your vote by mail has passed.
If you still have a Mail Ballot that needs to be submitted, we urge you to drop it off in person at the Returning Office (see above) before 6pm on Wed June 1st.
We’re happy to pick up your ballot and drop it off for you. Should you need this errand done for you, please call us.

What you need to bring with you to Vote

You have two options here.
  • Bring your Voter Identification Card AND a piece of Identification with your name on it.
  • One piece of Identification with both your Name and Address on it, such as Drivers License, Utility Bill, Lease or Utility Bill.

Do you need a ride on Election Day?

Scott wants everyone to vote (see above), and we’re happy to take care of you if you need a ride on Election Day. Please call us, or fill out the form below.

Voting Day Ride Request