Vote for Housing
Our housing crisis continue to intensify. In the city of Edmonton, close to 1 in 4 households are living in housing that is unaffordable which includes 38.1% of all renter households. Between 2000 and 2020, the cost of renting an apartment in Edmonton more than doubled and incomes have not kept pace (more details on why housing is so unaffordable).
What do each of the federal party platforms offer in terms of access to safe, adequate, and affordable housing?
The following resources break it down for you (many are also featured and updated on our facebook page):
How do I Vote?
On Election Day
Where is my Polling Station?
If you received your voter card through the mail, your polling station address will be listed on it.
If you are 18 or older on election day, and did not receive your voter card, check your postal code (here, in 'voter information') to see where your polling station is located (linked here).
What do I need to Bring?
Make sure to bring:
A. 1 piece of government issued ID with your name, your current address and your photo on it
B. 2 pieces of ID from the accepted list of over 40 options linked here
which includes a letter of confirmation of residence (which you will need to have in hand), your voter card, etc.
C. If you do not have ID:
Go to your polling station with someone who knows you and will be voting at the same polling station as you.
Declare your identity and address in writing.
The person vouching for you must be able to prove their identity and address (using options A or B listed above) and can vouch for only one person (except in long-term care facilities).