Congratulations on becoming a Canadian citizen!

Here is some information to help you get ready to vote:

Register to vote:
To vote, you must be on the voters list. This list contains the names and addresses of registered voters. Registered voters get a voter information card in the mail when an election is called. The voter information card will tell you when and where to vote.

To register to vote:
In a federal election, visit

In a Saskatchewan provincial election or by-election, click here:

Get informed before you vote:
Elections Saskatchewan, Elections Canada and your local municipality are your best sources for information about elections and voting. Visit their websites for information about where, when and how to vote. Also, talk about your opinions with your friends and family. You can also learn about the candidates by:
* attending all-candidate debates;
* visiting candidates’ websites; and
* reading, watching or listening to the news.

We encourage everyone of legal voting age (18 years of age) to vote in elections at all three levels of government in Canada:

Municipal (city/town)Provincial (Saskatchewan)Federal (Canada)
Examples of government services
  • property tax
  • garbage collection
  • water and sewer
  • libraries
  • public transit (buses)
  • recreation facilities
  • health care
  • education
  • highways
  • driver licensing
  • social assistance
  • national defence
  • income tax
  • airports
  • passports
  • currency (CDN dollar)
  • postal service (Canada Post)
  • employment insurance (EI)
Who manages this election?individual cities, towns or rural municipalitiesElections SaskatchewanElections Canada
When is next election?November 13, 2024October 28, 2024October 20, 2025
Who to contact for more information?contact your city clerk's office or town administrator1-877-958-86831-800-463-6868
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Get involved!

There are many ways to get involved in an election. For example, you can run as a candidate or work during an election. There are different jobs available throughout the election period, which are paid positions. During a Saskatchewan provincial election, there are more than 12,000 citizens working various jobs at polls across our province.

As the 2024 Saskatchewan general election gets closer, watch for the call-out for recruitment of election day workers.