Toronto Mayoralty candidate Olivia Chow visited the Taxi corral at Billy Bishop Airport on Monday, May 29th. One of the audience members captured and contributed this clip to Taxi News.
Voter information is available on Toronto’s website, here. “If you don’t receive a Voter Information Card (VIC) in the mail but you’re on the voters’ list, starting June 1 access your card through MyVote. You don’t need a VIC to vote,” the site notes.
“The Voter Information Card (VIC) provides useful information on where and when you can vote during the 2023 by-election for mayor. It’s 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.”