Ontarians are going to the polls on Thursday, June 2, to elect a NEW provincial government. Please frequently check this page for important updates.

The party platforms section will be continuously updated as we get closer to the election!

Use the buttons below to pledge to vote!

At Biennial 2021 and the Provincial Leadership Meeting 2022, these are the issues that you said were most important going into the Provincial election. Click the vision map to pause the slider.

Top 5 Issues

RESPECT

Repeal Bill 124

STAFFING
End the Nursing Crisis
SAFE AT WORK

Right to Provide Care in a Safe Environment

FAIRNESS
Social Determinants of Health
STOP PRIVATIZATION
Keep Health Care Public

Since the Ford government was elected in 2018, they have made a series of decisions that have negatively impacted our workplaces, health care, and communities. This condensed Ford Tracker, originally created by the Ontario Federation of Labour, showcases the government’s actions over the last four years. This proves that the government’s decisions to destabilize our public healthcare system are not an accident, but part of a playbook to privatize our health care.  

Preloader

For more information, or to read about non-health care related decisions, please visit ofl.ca/ford-tracker. 

Key Dates

  • Advance Polling Locations: Thursday, May 19 to Saturday, May 28 between 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Election Day: Monday, June 2, 2022. Your assigned polling station will be open from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm (Eastern Time).

Am I Eligible to Vote?

You are eligible to vote in the 2022 provincial election if you are: 

  • 18 years or older on Election Day; and 
  • Canadian Citizen; and 
  • A resident of Ontario. 

How Do I Register to Vote?

Please visit https://eregistration.elections.on.ca/en/home to confirm, update or add you information to the voters list.  

You will need one piece of identification that has your name and current residential address to update or add information. 

How To Vote

There are many ways to vote in the upcoming provincial election, including: 

  • On election day – at the voting location assigned to you based on your current address. 
  • At an advance voting location – at any of the advance voting locations in your electoral district. 
  • By mail – complete a Vote by Mail application and provide a copy of at least one government-issued ID. 
  • If you’re a student – you are eligible to vote in the electoral district for your address while attending or in the district of your permanent residential address. 

Advance Polls:

Thursday, May 19 to Saturday, May 28 between 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

To find your advance voting location, please visit https://www.elections.on.ca/en/voting-in-ontario/how-to-vote.html#accordionmail.

By mail:

By selecting to vote by mail, you will receive a voting kit in the mail.

The deadline to apply to vote by mail is May 27 at 6:00 p.m. (Eastern Time).

Elections Ontario must receive your completed voting kit by 6:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) on Thursday, June 2 to be counted.

To apply to vote by mail, please visit https://www.elections.on.ca/en/voting-in-ontario/how-to-vote.html#accordionmail.

By home visit from Elections Ontario:

You can request to vote by home visit if:

  • You are unable to go to your voting location because of a disability;
  • You are unable to read or write;
  • You are unable to complete an application form; and/or
  • You are someone who requires assistance

To request a home visit, please visit https://voterinformationservice.elections.on.ca/en/election/search.

What should I bring to vote?

If you have a voter information card, you need to show ONE piece of ID with your name on it.  If you DO NOT have a voter information card, you need ONE piece of ID with BOTH your name and address. 
  • Any document issued by:
    – The Government of Canada
    – The Government of Ontario
    – A municipality
    – A government agency 
  • Birth certificate 
  • Canadian citizenship card 
  • Status card 
  • SIN card 
  • Credit/debit card 
  • Hospital card/bracelet 
  • Ontario health card 
  • Any document issued by:
    – The Government of Canada
    – The Government of Ontario
    – A municipality
    – A government agency 
  • Ontario driver’s license 
  • Band membership card 
  • Bank statement 
  • Pay stub 
  • Utility bill 
  • Credit card statement 
  • Hospital documentation or record 

For a full list of acceptable pieces of ID please visit www.elections.on.ca. 

Why should I vote?

Over the last four years, we have seen deliberate attacks on our public health-care system and on nurses and health-care professionals by the Ford PC government. We have witnessed a glimpse of what is down the road if we do not act now. The introduction of Bill 124, the wage suppression legislation, as well as further attempts to privatize health care are just the beginning. 

We need a strong pandemic recovery response that prioritizes publicly-funded and owned health care, respect, safety, and equity.  

Throughout the pandemic, we have often felt hopeless and burnt out, but we have strength in numbers. Let’s get out the vote for candidates who support nurses and health-care professionals, and elect a government that will ensure healthy workplaces, health care, and communities. 

For more information about where, when, and how to vote please visit www.elections.on.ca or call 1-888-668-8683 (toll free). 

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