Vote.ca makes it easy to determine where to cast your ballot in the Toronto municipal election


Now there are even fewer excuses for not casting a ballot in Toronto's municipal election (as if rage and despair, weren't enough to get people out there).

Vote.ca is a website servicing Ontario, Alberta, and Manitoba where you can input your address and see the closest places to cast your ballot. The website also displays the locations on a Google map, as well as the dates and hours the polling stations are open. It also reminds you of your municipal district.

The site is not a governmental page (perhaps why it is so simple and easy to use) and was developed as an open data/open government effort. Now it's just a matter of deciding if you want to end the gravy train, cast a strategic vote, hike up the Pants, or just fuhgettaboutit.


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