Where do I vote?

Election: Where do I vote?

Internet voting link:  cbrm.isi.vote.com

Telephone voting number: 1-877-495-0236

NOTE:  If your voting session is interruped, you can re-access the system by telephone or the internet and complete your voting.

 

CBRM Council has approved the use of electronic voting (i.e. by telephone automated system and internet) as the only means of voting during the 2020 Municipal and CSAP Elections. The Voting Period will begin at 8:00 am on Wednesday, October 7th and run 24 hours a day until the close of the polls on Election Day - Saturday, October 17th at 7:00 pm. There will be no paper ballots for this election.

We encourage all eligible voters not to wait until the last day to vote just in case there is an issue with their PIN or they need assistance.  Voting can be done anytime during the Voting Period from the comfort of your home. Anyone requiring help should call the Returning Office and they will advise whether or not it is necessary to visit a voter help centre to obtain in-person assistance.  Please note that it will be electronic voting ONLY at the voter help centres - there will not be any paper ballots.

All inquiries should be directed to tel. 902-563-8009 or toll free 1-833-504-2276; email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Voter Help Centres and Hours (For All Districts): 

PLEASE BRING YOUR VOTER INFORMATION LETTER WITH YOU!

  • Returning Office: CBRM City Hall, 320 Esplanade, Sydney
    Weekdays from October 7th to October 16th, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (excluding holidays)
    NOTE: Please call 902-563-5010 to make an appointment with a Voter Help agent before going to City Hall

On Election Day - Saturday, October 17th from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm:

  • Centre 200 – Main Concourse:
    481 George Street, Sydney

  • Miners Forum (former BayPlex) – Community Room:
    151 Lower North Street, Glace Bay (Not Lower Water Street as previously stated)

  • North Sydney Fireman’s Club:
    14 Pierce Street, North Sydney

Electors who want to be added to the List may be asked to swear/affirm an Oath confirming that they are qualified to vote.

Eskasoni:  A Voter Help Kiosk has been opened in Eskasoni at the request of Chief Leroy Denny. (A kiosk is an internet-connected computer that voters can use to cast their ballot using their voter's letter and PIN. Telephone voting is also available.) Those who do not have a letter will be required to sign an oath of qualification, which will be transmitted to the Returning Office and then the voter letter will be issued.

The help kiosk is at the Elders Centre in Eskasoni, 19 Medicine Trail Road, will be open from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. until Saturday, October 17. All eligible voters in CBRM are able to access this site.

If you do not know which District you live in and/or who the current Councillor is for that District, you can check by civic address (i.e. your house number and street name) on the Council page: click here