How Can You Find Polling Stations in Ontario?

Elections Ontario provides a “Find Your Electoral District” tool on its website that helps voters find their polling stations by having them enter their postal codes or home addresses. If voters know the names of their electoral districts, they may also find them from an alphabetical list of electoral districts.

Ontario has 107 electoral districts, as of September 2015. Elections Ontario provides voters flexibility on how and when they can vote during provincial elections. Voters may cast their ballots at their polling stations during advance polls or on election day itself, by special ballot at the voter’s returning office or by mail from inside or outside Ontario. Post-secondary students residing in dormitories may vote from their school, and seniors and voters who are ill may vote from a hospital, care facility or other institution. Those with disabilities that prevent them from traveling to a polling station may vote from home.