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Where are polling stations located in Toronto?

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Quick Answer

Toronto voters can find their local voting location online by using the City of Toronto's MyVote application, as noted on its website. The site also provides a map of the voter's ward, a ballot sample and a search tool for people to confirm that they are on the voters' list, as of 2015.

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Where are polling stations located in Toronto?
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Full Answer

MyVote provides the Toronto public with details about local voting places based on their residential address. Voting locations are subject to change, according to MyVote.

  1. Access the MyVote application
  2. Go to MyVote's website from a browser.

  3. Enter address
  4. Enter the voter's address in the empty "Your Address" field, providing only the street number and street name, such as "1500 St Clair." Click the "Go" button.

  5. Review information
  6. MyVote will display the city ward for the address provided at the top of the page. For example, the city ward of the address 1500 St Clair Avenue West is City Ward 17 Davenport. The page shows the candidates for different positions, such as mayor and ward trustees.

  7. View location of polling stations
  8. Click the "Where do I vote" tab in the header menu. MyVote displays addresses for the advance vote and election day. Each vote also lists the voting time and a link to a map with additional information, such as the preferred entrance and accessible entrance.

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