Your local, temporary branch office of Elections Canada may be looking for more people to help work the election on May 2. These are paid positions. Even your training session is paid for.
Several different positions work the polling stations where people vote. You can work if you have experience or none at all. There may be a position just right for you. Working the election is a fun, easy way to take part in the democratic process. To find out more, contact your returning office for your riding.
You can get that info through Elections Canada. Click through to What is Your Riding, Voter Info Service, then search by province & Ontario, then scroll down the list for your riding. Click the riding name & you’ll see contact info. Call & say you’re asking about working Voting Day.
And whether you want to work Voting Day or not, if you care about your community, make sure to VOTE on May 2!