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October 15, 2010
Advance voting open this Saturday and Sunday in Toronto
  
Weekend advance voting for Toronto's municipal election will be available this Saturday, October 16 and Sunday, October 17 between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. at 44 locations. A voting place is provided in each of the city's 44 wards, as listed below.

In support of accessibility, the new Voter Assist Terminal technology will be available to use at each voting place during the weekend advance vote. This paper ballot-marking technology enables voters who have disabilities to mark their ballot privately and independently. The Voter Assist Terminal can be used by people who would benefit from a Braille key pad, an audio headset, zoom or contrast features, a "sip-n-puff" device or a rocker paddle for foot, hand, elbow or chin use.

Weekend Advance Voting Places:
Ward 1 - Elmbank Community Centre, 10 Rampart Rd. (gym)
Ward 2 - Don Bosco Secondary School, 2 St. Andrews Blvd. (gym)
Ward 3 - Etobicoke Civic Centre, 399 The West Mall (boardroom)
Ward 4 - Richview Collegiate Institute, 1738 Islington Ave. (cafeteria)
Ward 5 - Norseman Junior Middle School, 105 Norseman St. (gym)
Ward 6 - Lakeshore Collegiate Institute, 350 Kipling Ave. (gym)
Ward 7 - Emery Collegiate Institute, 3395 Weston Rd. (gym)
Ward 8 - James Cardinal McGuigan Catholic School, 1440 Finch Ave. W. (gym)
Ward 9 - Downsview Public School, 2829 Keele St. (gym)
Ward 10 - Dublin Heights Public School, 100 Bainbridge Ave. (gym)
Ward 11 - Roselands Junior Public School, 990 Jane St. (gym)
Ward 12 - Amesbury Community Centre, 1507 Lawrence Ave. W. (gym)
Ward 13 - Keele Community Centre, 181 Glenlake Ave. (gym)
Ward 14 - Parkdale Public School, 75 Lansdowne Ave. (small gym)
Ward 15 - Glen Long Community Centre, 35 Glen Long Ave. (gym)
Ward 16 - Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute, 125 Chatsworth Dr. (gym)
Ward 17 - Loretto College Catholic School, 151 Rosemount Ave. (atrium)
Ward 18 - St. Helen Catholic School, 1196 College St. (gym)
Ward 19 - Trinity Community Recreation Centre, 155 Crawford St. (assembly hall)
Ward 20 - Beverley Public School, 64 Baldwin St. (gym)
Ward 21 - Hillcrest Community Centre, 1339 Bathurst St. (gym)
Ward 22 - Eglinton Junior Public School, 223 Eglinton Ave. E. (gym)
Ward 23 - Earl Haig Secondary School, 100 Princess Ave. (foyer)
Ward 24 - Blessed Trinity Catholic School, 3205 Bayview Ave. (gym)
Ward 25 - York Mills Collegiate Institute, 490 York Mills Rd. (gym)
Ward 26 - Valley Park Middle School, 130 Overlea Blvd. (gym)
Ward 27 - Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St. (Elizabeth Beeton Auditorium)
Ward 28 - Lord Dufferin Public School, 350 Parliament St. (auditorium)
Ward 29 - Holy Cross Catholic School, 299A Donlands Ave. (gym)
Ward 30 - Riverdale Collegiate Institute, 1094 Gerrard St. E. (atrium)
Ward 31 - D.A. Morrison Middle School, 271 Gledhill Ave. (gym)
Ward 32 - Norway Public School, 390 Kingston Rd. (gym)
Ward 33 - Woodbine Junior High School, 2900 Don Mills Rd. E. (gym)
Ward 34 - Broadlands Community Centre, 19 Castlegrove Blvd. (auditorium)
Ward 35 - W.A. Porter Collegiate Institute, 40 Fairfax Cresc. (gym 3)
Ward 36 - H. A. Halbert Junior Public School, 31 McCowan Rd. (gym)
Ward 37 - Dorset Park Public School, 28 Blaisdale Rd. (gym)
Ward 38 - St. Richard Catholic School, 960 Bellamy Rd. N. (gym)
Ward 39 - David Lewis Public School, 130 Fundy Bay Blvd. (gym)
Ward 40 - Holy Spirit Catholic School, 3530 Sheppard Ave. E. (gym)
Ward 41 - Percy Williams Public School, 35 White Heather Blvd. (gym)
Ward 42 - Sacred Heart Catholic School, 75 Hupfield Trail (gym)
Ward 43 - Galloway Road Public School, 192 Galloway Rd. (gym)
Ward 44 - Centennial Road Public School, 271 Centennial Rd. (gym)

Locations of voting places for the weekend advance vote and Election Day are included on the voter information cards that the City mailed earlier this month to each individual whose name appeared on the voters’ list as of September. Names will continue to be added to the voters’ list until the end of voting on October 25.

Weekend advance voting place addresses and other election information can be found by calling 311 (TTY telephone service 416-338-0889) or by visiting the City's election website (http://www.toronto.ca/elections). The website includes a "Where Do I Vote" feature that allows people to type in their address to find their voting place for the weekend advance vote - or for voting on Election Day (Monday, October 25).

Toronto electors may vote only once regardless of how many properties they own or rent in Toronto. Those who live in the city and own or rent more than one property must vote in the ward where they live.

Toronto is Canada's largest city and sixth largest government, and home to a diverse population of about 2.6 million people. It is the economic engine of Canada and one of the greenest and most creative cities in North America. Toronto has won numerous awards for quality, innovation and efficiency in delivering public services. Toronto's government is dedicated to prosperity, opportunity and liveability for all its residents. For information about non-emergency City services and programs, Toronto residents, businesses and visitors can dial 311, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Media contact:
Cheryn Thoun, City of Toronto Strategic Communications, 416-919-6501, cthoun@toronto.ca




 

 

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