Local voters will have a chance to get their ballots in just over a week before the federal election.
Advance polls must be done at the poll located on your voter information card.
In the 2015 election, 3,677,2017 voters cast advance ballots, representing 20.8 per cent of all votes cast.
Elections Canada is not accepting ballots it receives later than 6 p.m. on October 21. No word yet about their popularity, but they're created to make voting "easier and more accessible" for students, university employees and the general population, according to Elections Canada spokesperson Pierre Pilon.
The qualification for voting in an election is simple.
Advance polls will take place on October 11, 12, 13 and 14 from 9 a.m.to 9 p.m.
Elections Canada says it's expecting a big turnout in the advance polls.
You can also use the Elections Canada Voter Information Service.
The official date of Canada's 2019 federal election is October 21.
During the last election, about 18 per cent of voters in both North and West Vancouver voted in advance polls.
Bring photo identification and if not you must present two pieces of identification, one of which includes your address.
Nor can you take a photo of your ballot and share it, because the vote is considered to be secret.
If you have recently moved or need to update your voting information, you can do so using the online service or at any Elections Canada office before October 15 at 6 p.m. or on election day (Oct. 21).
There are three options available for voters to identify themselves.
The Research Co. poll found 58 per cent agree with declaring election day a public holiday in Canada.