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Impaired mobility: Check online to see if your election day polling place is accessible

16 September 2022

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

All advance polling places are accessible. This is also true of almost all election day polling places.

Mobility impaired persons can easily check online to see if their election day polling place meets their needs. You simply need to enter your postal code on the When and where to vote page.

Please contact your returning officer if your polling place does not meet your needs. You may be able to obtain permission to vote at another, more accessible polling place in your electoral division.

Familiarize yourself with polling place accessibility criteria. They are used to determine whether a polling place is considered accessible.

To find out about the various measures in place to make voting easier for everyone, visit the Voting accessibility page. It also includes links to full brail, audio, and American sign language (video format) versions of the simplified provincial election guide.

For complete information on the provincial elections, visit our website at

On October 3, let’s reverse the trend.
Let’s all vote.

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