The Voter Information Card (VIC) provides useful information on where and when you can vote during Toronto’s municipal election. It’s also a helpful tool to take to the voting location when you vote, because it confirms for election officials that you are on the voters’ list and that can speed up time spent in the voting location.
You can find out when and where you go to vote by using MyVote or by calling 311.
Learn more about what to expect on voting days.
In order to access a VIC, you first need to be on the voters’ list. The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) is responsible for preparing the preliminary list of electors for each municipality and school board in Ontario.
Every effort is made to remove as many duplicates as possible, but it’s important that all voters use MyVote to review and confirm their information on the list in advance of any election. Revisions to the list must be submitted to Toronto Elections by October 14 at 4:30 p.m.
Voters were able to make those edits through MyVote until September 23. Edits can now be submitted by emailing VoterRegistration@toronto.ca or by calling the Toronto Elections Call Centre (416-338-1111 option 0) by October 14 at 4:30 p.m. You can add yourself to the voters’ list when you go to vote at the voting place.
VICs were mailed out to all voters who were on the voters’ list as of September 19. This ensured cards were received prior to advance voting days, October 7 to 14.
If you don’t receive a VIC in the mail, but you are on the voters’ list, starting October 3, you can view, download or print your VIC through MyVote. You are not required to have a printed copy of your VIC. You can show your VIC on your mobile device when you go to vote.
If you are unable to access MyVote, contact the Toronto Elections Call Centre (416-338-1111 option 0) to discuss options.