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Organisation : Elections Canada
Facility : Find your electoral district
Country : Canada
Find Here : http://www.elections.ca/Scripts/vis/ChooseED?L=e&QID=-1&PAGEID=20

Canada Find your Electoral District

** The Voter Information Service provides information on your electoral district and member of Parliament.
** Select one of the options below to find your electoral district.

Related : Elections Nova Scotia Ways To Vote : www.electionin.org/1048.html

** Your electoral district will likely change when the 2015 federal election is called.
** At that time, the number of electoral districts will grow from 308 to 338.
** This change was part of the 2013 redistribution process, which affected the boundaries of most electoral districts across the country.

Search by Postal Code

Type in your home postal code, then click the “Search” button.

Search by Electoral District Name

Choose a province from the pull-down menu, click the “Search” button, then follow the additional instructions on the screen.

Search by Candidate Name

Choose a province from the pull-down menu, click the “Search” button, then follow the additional instructions on the screen.

Search by using Maps

Choose a province from the pull-down menu, then click the “Search” button. You can then click on a riding or city on the map shown to display a more detailed map.

Search by Place Name

Choose a province from the pull-down menu, click the “Search” button, then follow the additional instructions on the screen.

Search by List

Choose a province from the pull-down menu, then click the “Search” button. A list of electoral districts for that province will be displayed. Choose your electoral district.

Young Voters :
** Are you an elementary, junior high or high school student looking for information for a class project?
** Are you a teacher looking for resources, lesson plans and activities about democracy, elections, voting and active citizenship for your social studies or civics class?

** If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, the Young Voters section of our website is where you’ll find what you need!

** This section is loaded with information, resources, materials and links for anyone who wants to know how elections work and how they can get involved as an active citizen.

Get Informed :
** Studies show that voter turnout among Canadians is at an unprecedented low.
** In fact, with a few exceptions, voter turnout has been declining since the late 1980s.

** According to Elections Canada’s research, young voter turnout was was 39% in the 2011 federal election.
** Canada’s youth have often commented that there is little in politics that relates to them.

** As well, they have told us that they don’t have all the information they need to cast an informed vote.
** Find out more about how democracy, elections and voting work in Canada.

Check out the topics below for answers to your questions. :
** Discover some interesting trivia and historical tidbits about democracy, elections and voting in Canada with our Facts and Figures.
** Have a look at our list of Frequently Asked Questions.
** Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes at Elections Canada? The Electoral System of

Canada explains how Canadian elections are run and describes key aspects of the federal electoral process.
** Use the Members of Parliament tool to find out more about Canada’s political parties and your local member of Parliament

Some other activities include:
** Talking to your friends and family about issues that are important to you.
** Joining or volunteering for an organization that supports a cause or idea that you care about.

** Start an online discussion.
** Research an issue that is important to you and write an opinion text to the media or create and/or sign a petition about it.

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