Ready to win transformative action to tackle climate change in this election?

Vote for our Climate Champions

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1. Check to confirm that you are registered to vote 

If you’re a Canadian citizen aged 18 or over the most likely scenario is that you’re already registered.

Click here to double-check that you are registered and to get all the details for registering if you’re not. 

You can register online or in-person before you vote or at the polling station when you go to vote. Either way, to register you will need ID and a proof of address.

2. Make a plan! 

Figure out WHEN and WHERE you want to vote.

  • Vote early at advance polls:
    • Friday, September 10, 2021
    • Saturday, September 11, 2021
    • Sunday, September 12, 2021
    • Monday, September 13, 2021
  • Vote on election day on September 20th at your closest polling station. Polling stations will be open for 12 hours but hours vary by region. Find your closest polling station & hours here.

3. Is there a Climate Champion in your riding?

4. Do the research on your local candidates:

5. Invite your friends and family to come vote with you!

After you’ve had one-on-one conversations about why this federal election is absolutely critical for tackling the climate emergency, one of the most important things you can do is to help get those people to the polls!

We need more than votes to win big 

Electing climate champions in this election will mean getting all hands on deck to support grassroots campaigns across the country. We’re also building political power that we can use to push our elected leaders after the election. Here’s how you can join:

Volunteer for a Climate Champion

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