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Where do residents vote in Ontario?

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Residents in Ontario vote at an address communicated to them on the voter notification card. Those who do not have a card can contact their municipality to find out where they can vote, states Settlement.org.

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Municipal election in Ontario take place every 4 years and residents can choose to vote early if they are not available on election day. To vote in the elections, an individual needs to be a Canadian citizen over 18. Temporary and permanent residents who are not citizens do not have the right to vote. To vote in municipal elections, an individual needs to be a resident of that municipality and will be directed to the correct voting location.

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