Brampton’s official voting day is on October 22, but for residents eager to get to the polls, advanced voting officially starts on October 2.

The city has a bunch of designated advanced polling stations that will remain open through most of October. Polls are also open over Thanksgiving weekend to give students visiting from university the opportunity to vote, since voter turnout among people age 18-29 is historically low.

To vote you’ll need to take a piece of ID that shows your name and Brampton address, as well as the Voter Notice you received in the mail. If you didn’t receive a notice, it means you’re likely not on the Voters’ List, but you can be added by providing a piece of valid identification. If it’s your first time at the polls, check out this useful guide to voting.

Advance Voting Locations

Tuesday to Thursday, October 2-4, 8:30 am to 8 pm
· Brampton City Hall, 2 Wellington St W

Saturday, October 6 and Saturday, October 13, 10 am to 5 pm
· Brampton City Hall, 2 Wellington St W
· Brampton Soccer Centre, 1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E
· Cassie Campbell Community Centre, 1050 Sandalwood Pkwy W
· Century Gardens Recreation Centre, 340 Vodden St E
· David Suzuki Secondary School, 45 Daviselm Dr
· Earnscliffe Recreation Centre, 44 Eastbourne Dr
· Gore Meadows Community Centre, 10150 The Gore Rd
· Greenbriar Recreation Centre, 1100 Central Park Dr
· Jim Archdekin Recreation Centre, 292 Conestoga Dr
· South Fletcher’s Sportsplex, 500 Ray Lawson Blvd

Tuesday to Thursday, October 9-11, 8:30 am to 8 pm
· Civic Centre, 150 Central Park Dr