Got a question about voting in the federal election? Here's your guide - 2019-09-10

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F182.png Got a question about voting in the federal election? Here's your guide September 10, 2019, Haydn Watters, CBC News

With the federal election looming on Oct. 21, here's what you need to know before you vote.

How do I know where to vote?

Each voter is assigned a specific polling station. You can find yours on your voter information card; Elections Canada will also have a list available when all polling station locations are confirmed. There were 72,857 polling stations in the last election. Some will be advanced polls in the lead-up to the election, where you can vote in advance.

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