The Ontario election will be held on June 2, 2022, and we’re working on how to make the most of election season.
Although you don’t have to worry about voting yet, it’s a good time to reflect on what issues matter most to you and understand why the Ontario election is critical in our fight to protect nature. Here is a list of what you can do (and think about) from now until E-day. We will be updating this page with new information and opportunities to be involved, so don’t forget to check back for new info!
Where to get started
Connecting with community
The best part about getting involved with elections is finding communities that share the vision of a sustainable and thriving environment. With Ontario being home to 200 languages, there’s so many ways you can build friendships and connect with people excited about the cause.
This is why have released voter guides in six languages to help you find the relevant information for getting out the vote.
Registering to vote
By registering to vote now, you’re already a step ahead of most people! You can register online, or make sure the information you have given to Elections Ontario is up to date. Even if you are not eligible to vote, you can preregister online to vote when you become eligible. Pretty cool, right?
All you need is a piece of ID and 90 seconds.
Finding issues that matter most to you
To help you find information on issues you care about this election, check out these articles that our team has worked on.
Helping get the message out
If you are interested in going beyond voting and want to help in the provincial elections, check out this web page on things you can do to address climate change.
There are many ways to help get the message of voting out. Pick the one that best sparks your interest!