Vote for Toronto’s new Mayor on June 26 and apply for a by-election day job
Get engaged in the largest by-election in Canadian history as eligible voters in Toronto elect their next mayor.
For more info visit: www.toronto.ca/ByElection or call 416-338-1111.
Find easy to print election materials translated into 25 languages.
Please read Toronto Community Housing’s (TCHC) Election policy to find out how TCHC resources can and cannot be used during elections.
Elections Toronto is hiring!
Elections Toronto is currently hiring for a variety of temporary paid positions. Successful applicants will enhance their skills in customer service, problem-solving and teamwork.
- You are eligible to work in Canada
- You are 18 years of age or older on or before election day
- You have a valid Social Insurance Number
Visit the Toronto Elections Jobs webpage to learn more about the positions available. Contact us at email@example.com or call 416-338-1111 and press 2.
Get on the voters' list
Visit toronto.ca/MyVote until May 26 to add, change or update your voters' list information.
After May 26, you will be added to the voters' list when you vote in person in the advance vote or on election day.
Election Day - Monday, June 26, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Find your designated voting location on toronto.ca/MyVote starting June 1.
Your voting options
Apply until May 26 at 4:30 p.m. to receive your Mail-in Voting package: toronto.ca/VoteByMail
Your completed package must be received by Toronto Elections by June 15.
June 8 – 13, including the weekend, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Vote at any advance voting location across the city.
Find your voting location on toronto.ca/MyVote starting June 1.