What you need to know for the election

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What you need to know for the election

Today is October 27 and that means you can have your say on who represents you at City Hall and on the school board.

Polling stations will be open from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.

You find out where to vote and who’s running in your ward by going to the city’s website.

When attending the polling stations, the city is asking you to bring your voter card and valid ID. Although, if you’re not on the voters list, don’t worry about it. Just bring an original, or certified/notarized copy of one of the following:

  • Ontario’s Drivers License
  • Ontario Health Card
  • Ontario Motor Vehicle Permit (plate portion)
  • A mortgage lease, or rental agreement
  • An insurance policy
  • Any document from a Band Council in Ontario established under the Indian Act (Canada)

The city also has a form at all voting location you can fill out out if you don’t have ID. The Ministry of Municipal and Housing affairs also has a list of acceptable documents in order to vote.

XFM News will have wall-to-wall coverage as soon as the polls close at 8:00 pm with ‘X Your Ballot.’  You can tune into 106.9 on the FM dial or listen live online. We will have reporters stationed across the city bringing up-to-date information as it happens. We’ll also have guests live in studio helping to break down the information.

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