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Reminder to all Canadians - It's Election Day! Remember to Vote!

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aceman67, Mon 21 Oct, 2019 7:53 AM
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     –  Last edited by aceman67; Mon 21 Oct, 2019 7:59 AM.
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    If you are able to vote, vote.

    It's your right, and yes, your vote does in fact matter. It's estimated that 2/3rds of registered voters don't vote. That means that 1/3rd of the population is deciding what kind of government governs the whole nation.

    You can find your polling station using this handy tool: https://www.elections.ca/scripts/vis...?L=e&PAGEID=20

    You do have the time to vote. By law, your employer must give you time off to vote if your work schedule would otherwise keep you from getting to a voting place (IE working a shift that starts before polls open and ends after polls close).
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