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Final call for advance voting in the provincial election

Various polling stations will remain available for advance voting throughout the Nickel Belt and Sudbury electoral districts until 8 p.m. Saturday
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Ontarians are down to their final few days of advance voting, with various polling stations available until Saturday at 8 p.m. and returning offices accepting votes until 6 p.m. Sunday.

Voting by mail is another option, with Elections Ontario requiring voters’ applications by 6 p.m. on Friday. More information on this and other election details can be found by clicking here

People can also vote on the June 2 election day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., at which time voters will need to visit their assigned voting location as identified on their voter information card. Voters can also determine their voting location by plugging in their postal code here.

Home visits and assistive devices for voters with disabilities are also available by contacting the Returning Office at 416-337-8872.

This year saw some changes to advance voting, with the number of days doubling to 10 and the province adding greater flexibility to where locations can be located, and for how long.

Voters in Nickel Belt can choose from 12 advance voting locations, as outlined below, while voters in Sudbury have five advance locations to cast their ballots.

Nickel Belt advance polls

Each of these locations is available from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. throughout the dates they are open. A map is available by clicking here.

  • Alban Community Centre, 794 Highway 64, Alban. May 24-26
  • Capreol Community Centre, 20 Meehan Ave., Capreol. May 26-28
  • Dowling Leisure Centre, 79 Main St. W, Dowling. May 26-28
  • Dr. Edgar Leclair Community Centre, 158 St. Agnes St., Azlida. May 22-26
  • Garson Community Centre, 100 Church St., Garson. May 21-27
  • Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex, 235 Countryside Dr. May 21-27
  • Raymond Plourde Arena, 1919 Helene St., Val Caron. May 19-28
  • T.M. Davies Community Centre, 325 Anderson Dr., Lively. May 19-28
  • Toe Blake Memorial Arena, 70 Government Rd., Coniston. May 24-26
  • Valley East Citizen Service Centre, 4100 Elmview Dr., Hanmer. May 21-28

Sudbury advance polls

Each of these locations is available from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. throughout the dates they are open. A map is available by clicking here.

  • Carmichael Arena, 1289 Bancroft Dr. May 19-28
  • Delki Dozzi Community Centre, 3 Mary St. May 19-26
  • Glad Tidings Church, 1101 Regent St. May 23-28
  • Le Club Amical du Nouveau Sudbury, 553 Lavoie St. May 19-28
  • New Sudbury Centre, (old SportChek), 1349 Lasalle Blvd. May 21-27

Advance voting can also be done at returning offices, which are open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday and from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. In-person voting at returning offices ends at 6 p.m. on Sunday. 

While advance voting at returning and satellite offices ends May 27, electors in Sudbury and Nickel Belt can still vote by special ballot at those locations until 6 p.m. on June 1.

Nickel Belt’s returning offices include Place Bonaventure Mall (4764 Regional 15 Road, Unit 21, Chelmsford) and the Gogama Community Centre (15 Low Ave., Gogama).

Sudbury’s returning office is at the New Sudbury Centre (old SportChek), at 1349 Lasalle Blvd.

Click here for a rundown of all Sudbury and Nickel Belt candidates alongside all of the stories has published about them during the election season.


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